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INDEX TO 



ritisi. Magazines, etc. 



1882, 1883, 1884. 



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Q. P. INDEXES, No. XVI. 



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INDEX 



TO THE LEADING 



BRITISH REVIEWS AND MAGAZINES 



FOR 1882, 1883, & 1884. 



COMPILED BT 

W:M. GRIS WOLD, A. B. (Harvard), 

COMPILER OF "ANNUAL INDEX TO PERIODIOALS' ' , ETC. 




BANGOR, MAINE : 

Q. P. INDEX, Publisher. 

LONDON: TRUBNER & CO.; LEIPZIG: K. F. KOEHLER; 
BERLIN : LEO LIEPMANNSSOHN. 

1885. 



Index to British Magazines^ 1882-84. 



Each issue (montkly or quarterly) of 
IJ^BEX hy the number given to that issue 

Year 




Blackwood's Mao-azine 



Contemporary Eeview 



Cornhill Magazine 



Edinburgh Review 



Fortnightly Review 
Fraser's Magazine 



Gentleman's Masfazine 



Good Words 

Macmillan's Mag-azine 
Nineteenth Century 



^H. 



Quarterly Review 



Scottish Review 



;w -j 



Temple Bar 



Westminster Review 



1883 
1883 
1884 

1882 
1883 
1884 
1883 
1883 
1884 
1883 
1883 
1884 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1882 
1882 
1883 
1884 

1882 
1883 
1884 
1882 
1883 
1883 
1884 

1882 
1883 
1884 
1882 
1883 
1884 

1882 
1883 
1884 

1882 
1883 
1884 



Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


1 


2 


3 


13 


14 


15 


25 


26 


27 


37 


38 


39 


49 


50 


51 


61 


62 


63 


73 


74 


75 


85 


86 


87 


97 


98 


99 


109 






113 
117 

121 










122 


123 


133 


134 


135 


145 


146 


147 


157 


158 


159 


167 


168 


169 


179 


ISO 


181 


191 


192 


193 


197 


198 


199 


209 


210 


211 


221 


222 


223 


233 


234 


235 


245 


246 


247 


257 


258 


259 


269 


270 


271 


281 

285 
289 




















294 




297 






301 


302 


303 


313 


314 


315 


325 


326 


327 


337 






341 






345 











Index to British Magazines, 1882-84. 



p67'iodicals indexed, is j^epresented in the 
in the following table: — 



April 

4 
16 

28 

40 

52 

64 

76 

88 
100 
110 


May 

5 
17 
29 

41 
53 
65 

77 

89 

101 


June 

6 
18 
30 
42 
54 
66 

78 

90 

102 


July 

7 

19 
31 

43 

55 
67 
79 
91 
103 

111 
115 
119 

127 
139 
151 
163 
173 
185 


Aug. 

8 
20 
32 

44 
56 

68 

80 

92 

104 


Sept. 

9 
21 
33 

45 
57 
69 

81 

93 

105 


Oct. 

10 
22 

34 
46 

58 
70 

82 
94 

106 

112 

116 

120 

130 
142 
154 
166 
176 
188 


Nov. 

11 
23 
35 

47 
59 
71 
83 
95 
107 


Dec. 

12 
24 
36 

48 
60 

72 

84 

96 

108 


114 














118 














124 
136 
148 
160 


125 

137 

149 ■• 

161 

171 

183 

195 

201 
213 
225 
237 
249 
261 
273 


126 

138 
150 
162 
172 

184 
196* 

202 
214 
226 
238 
250 
262 
274 


128 
140 
152 
164 
174 
186 


129 
141 
153 

165 
175 

187 


131 
143 
155 


132 

144 
156 


170 
182 
194 

200 
212 
224 
236 
248 
260 
272 
98'> 


177 

189 


178 
190 


203 
215 
227 
239 
251 
263 
275 

283 
287 
291 


204 
216 

228 
240 
252 
264 
276 


205 
217 
229 
241 
253 
265 
277 


206 
218 
230 
242 
254 
266 
278 

2S4 
288 
292 


207 
219 
231 
243 
255 
267 
279 


208 

220 

232 

244* 

256 

268 

280 


286 














290 
























293 






295 








296 






298 




299 

307 
319 
331 
339 
343 
347 




300 

310 
322 
334 

340 
344 

348 






304 
316 
328 
338 


305 
317 
329 


306 
318 
330 


308 
320 
332 


309 
321 
333 


311 
323 
335 


312 
324 
336 


342 














346 





























* Continued in Annual Index. 



Index to British Magazines, 1882-84. 



Note. The "Annual Index" published b}' the undersigned, 
while it includes nearly all american and german literary 
periodicals, and several british (Belgravia, English, Gentle- 
man's, Longman's, Macmillan's, etc.), has not been able (tbo 
this is much wished by the compiler) to include the quar- 
terly and monthly reviews, etc. Such a work, covering the 
time since the appearance of "Poole's Index" is much needed, 
and as the publication of the supplement to that work, an- 
nounced by Mr. Poole, is indefinitely postponed, the compiler 
hopes his work wil be found useful. 

He specially hopes it may come into general use for a time, 
however soon it may be thrown aside in favor of a better work, 
in order that the system of indexing periodicals here used (for 
the first time, he believes) , may be fairly tested. Tho the plan 
would not work when the contents of a large number of journals 
is to be indexed in detail, as in the "Annual Index," the 
compiler thinks it will be found convenient when tke number is 
small. It not only has the merit of telling at a glance the date 
at which an article appeared, but also the advantage of giving 
the names of authors in alphabetical order, with a reference to 
each of their signed articles, — a feature which is not attempted 
in "Poole", and which often affords a much easier way of find- 
ing a particular article than hunting for it in a subject index. 
Nor is the advantage of giving the author ivith the subject entr}- 
thereby sacrificed. 

W: M. G. 



The following abbreviations, suggested by Librarian C : A. Cutter, have been 
adopted by the American Library Association : — A : = Augustus (August, Auguste, etc.), 
A.. = Ann; B : = Benjamin, B.. = Be!itriee; C .-^Charles, C.. = Cha'rlotte: I); = David, 
D..=: Delia; E: = Edward, E.. = Elizabeth; F: = Frederic, F.. = Frances; G : = 
George, G.. = Orace; H: = Henry, H.. = Helen; I: = Isaac, I.. = Isabel; J: = John, 
J.. = Jane; K;=rKarl, K. =Katherine; L : = Louis, L.. = Louise; M: = Mark, M..^ 
Mary; N : = Nicholas, N.. = Nancy; 0: = Otto, 0.. = Olivia; P. = Peter, P..= 
Pauline; K: = Richard, K.. = Rebecca; 8: = Samuel, S.. = Sarah; T: = Thonias, 
T.. = Therese; U : = Uh-ich, U.. = Ursula; V: = Victor, V..= Victoria; W; = William, 
W.. = Wilhelmina. 



LIST OF AUTHORS 

OF ARTICLES IN FOLLOWING INDEX. 



^*^In the IJSFDEX, the writer of each article is indi- 
cated by the number preceding his name in this list. The 
iigures at pjht of each author's name refer to tlte magazine 
in which his article appeared. (^^^ TABLE, pages 2-3) . 



1. 


A BEL C:, 64 
-^ Aberdeen, lord, i; 




25. 


Aylward, a., 124 


159 


161 


2. 


36 


26. 


T) ADEN-POWELL, G. 

-D 155 280 


, 46, 


123 


3. 


Adams, C : K., 65 70 










4. 


Agg-Gardner, 152 




27. 


IUgenal, p. H., 


253 


256 


5. 


Aide, H., 274 




28. 


Baker, B:, 257 






6. 


AiTKEX, R., 174 




29. 


, H. B., 168 


1 




7. 


Alcock, sir R., 72 




30. 


, H. N., 72 


► 




8. 


Allen, Grant, 73 76 77 


81 


31. 


, S: W.. 61 


131 


275 




121 123 129 167 174 


180 


32. 


Balfour, A. J., 245 


276 




188 191 195 243 




33. 


Ball, R. S., 42 






9. 


Ameer Ali, 252 265 




34. 


Balzac, 226 






10. 


Amos, S., 44 46 54 


59 


35. 


Barbe, L., 171 173 


176 


191 


11. 


"Anstey, F.", -103 s/ 




36. 


Barclay, J. W., 


246 


269 


12. 


Arabi, Ahmed, 256 




37. 


Baring, sir E., 


266 




13. 


Arbuthnot, a. J., 247 




38. 


Barker, M. A., 


237 




14. 


Argyll, duke of, 38-9 


221 


39. 


Barnett, H. 0., 


87 


128 




224 258 




40. 


, P. A., 


238 




15. 


Armytage, G., 141 




41. 


, S: A., 71 


260 


267 


16. 


Arnold, Arthur, 50 146 


155 




270 






n. 


,E. A., 23S 




42. 


Barrett, W. F., 


250 




18. 


, Edwin L., 192 


242 


43. 


Baurington, E. I.. 


127 


262 


19. 


— - , Matthew, 126 


249 


44. 


Barry, M., 277 








252 255 260-1 272 




45. 


— , ^\'., 59 


69 


210 


20. 


-Forster, H. 0., 


63 


46. 


Barthelemy, H., 


136 






257 265 268 272 


279 


47. 


Baxter, W: E., 


53 




21. 


Ashburner, L., 278 




48. 


Bayne, T:, 159 


166 




22. 


Atkinson, J. B., 278 




49. 


Bazalgette, C. N., 


153 




23. 


Aubrey, W. H. S., 52 




50. 


Beale, J. S., 71 






24. 


Austin, A., 37 121 




51. 


Beaman, a., 


143 





6 



Index to British Magazines, 1882-84. 



52. 
53. 
54. 

55. 
56. 
57. 
58. 
59. 
60. 
61. 
62. 
63. 

63a, 
64. 
65. 
66. 

67. 

68. 

69. 

70. 

71. 
72. 
73. 
74. 
75. 
76. 

77. 
78. 
79. 

80. 

81. 
82. 
83. 

84. 
85. 

86. 

87. 
88. 
89. 
90. 



Bear, W: E., 40 130 136 262 91. 
Beaumont, F:, 247 

Becker, B. H., 151 

Bell, C. E. M., 274 

Belmoke, lord, 251 

Benedict, sir J., 251 
Benson, E: W., 197 242 

Bent, J. T., 157^ 16011 161|| 
Beresford-Hope, A. J. B., 270 
Bermingham, J. A., 176 



Brodrick, G: C, 131 133 
137 157 158 253 267 272 



Bert, P., 150 

Besant, VV., 63 174 182 

209-20 V 
Billston, C. J., 86 

Bird, J., 124 

Blackburn, E.. , 278 
Blackie, J: S., 43 54 

210 tt 200 
Blackley, W: L., 39 
Blandford, lord, 139 

250 
Blind, K:, 45-6 77 

169-70 183 184 189 
Blunt, W. S., 121 151 

155 253 273 
Boglietti, G., 
Bompas, H. M., 
BONGHI, R., 

Booth, W:, 
Boulger, D. C, 
Bourne, H. R. Fox, 

183 
Bowles, T. G., 
Boyle, F:, 171 
Brabazon, lord, 

279 
Brabourne, lord, 39 249 

279 
Bradley, A. C, 



206 

148 
246 

16411 
246 
154 



59 69 
71 
68 
44 
138 261 
172 173 

151 
182 
254 267 



, G: G., 

, H:, 168 

Brady, W. M., 
Brassey, i^iR T:, 

273§ 

, LADY, 



244 
271 
ISO 
148 
141 



194 



271 



Braune, E., 
Brereton, J. L., 
Broadhurst, H., 
Broadley, a. M., 



223-7§ 

142 

60 

147 

144 



92. 
93. 

94. 

95. 

96. 

97. 

98. 

99. 
100. 
101. 
102. 
103. 
104. 
105. 
106. 
107. 
108. 
109. 
110. 
111. 
112. 
113. 
114. 
115. 
116. 
117. 
118. 
119. 
120. 



121. 
122. 

123. 
124. 
125. 

126. 
127. 
128. 
129. 
130. 
131. 
132. 

133. 



,S., 

— , w. s., 

Brooke, S. A., 
Brown, H. F., 

, R., 

Browning, O., 
Brunton, T. L., 
Bryce, J., 66 71 
Buchanan, R., 
Bunsen, g: von, 
Burdett, H: C, 
Burnaby, F:, 
burnand, f. c, 
Burt, T:, 
Bury, lord, 249 
Butcher, C: H., 

, S. H., 

Butler, W. F., 
Buxton, F. W., 



257 



130 

150 

249 

176 

141 

134 

247 

131 135 

179-90V 

132 

259 

149 

249 

132 

251 

47 
150 
134 
136 



263 



, S. [C], 138 255 279 

CAINE, T. H., 54 

Caird, J:, 209 

Calder, F. L., 209 

Cameron, C:, 261 

, J. A., 277 

Campbell, Colin, 247 

, SIR G:, 133 

, R., 149 

Camperdown, lord, 269 

Canterbury, archbishop, 

= 58 
Capes, F. M., 266 

Capper, S: J., 51 

Carlisle, bishop, = 
Carnavon, earl, 61 



282 



131 



Carnegie, A., 



122 



Carpenter, W : B., 122 124 

248 270 
Carr, J. C, 134 

Cartwright, W. C, 151 
Chadwick, E., 66 

Chamberlain, J., 144 
Chirol, v., 124 

Christie, E.. , 48 51 
Churchill, lord R. [S.], 137 • 

153 
Clapperton, J. H., 248 



List of Authors. 



134. 
135. 
136. 
137. 
138. 
139. 

140. 

141. 

142. 

142«, 

143. 

144. 

145. 

146. 

147. 

148. 

149. 

150. 

151. 

152. 

153. 

154. 
155. 
156. 
157. 
158. 
159. 

160. 
161. 
162. 
163. 
164. 
165. 
166. 

167. 
168. 



169. 
170. 
171. 
172. 

173. 



Clark, G. B., 140 

Clarke, C. G., 48 

, E:, 280 

, R:F., 255 

Clerke, E. M., 60 

COBBE, F.. P., 40 44 

54 72 75 121 

Cochrane, lord, 153 

Cody, E. G., 278 

COLANI, T., 146 

COLBORNE, J., 101 

Coleman, J:, 332-3 

colenso. f. e., 37 

Coleridge, lord. 122 



47 



Collings, J., 
Collins, J. C, 
Conder, C. R., 

, E. R., 

, F. R., 



134 

172 
72 
45 
160 
262 
126 
168 



146 

140 
146 
164 



172 



267 
148 



160tt 

70 

19711 

260 

260 

52 

67 



143 

269 
161 



conestabile. 
Conway, M. D., 
Cook, Dutton, 

174 183 
COOKSON, M., 

Corbet, W. J., 
"Cornwall, Barry," 3.34 
Costelloe. B. F. C, 235 
Cotton, W. J. R., 37 
Courtney, W. L., 138 
1.54 

cowper, earl, 261 263 
Cox, sir G: W 
coxwell, h:, 
Craik, D. (M.), 
Craven, F., 
Creighton, C, 
Cross, sir R: [A.], 

269 275 
Cubitt, J.. 
Gumming, C. F. G., 41 45 54 

171 174 175 176 177 178 

181 183 185-6 189 195 196 

226 248 264 
Curteis, H. G., 
Curtis, G: B., 

DA Costa, J., 
Dale, R.W 
201 210 223 227 257 259 
Dalgleish, W. S., 224-5 257 



270 
133 

58 
52 59 



174. 
175. 
176. 
177. 

178. 
179. 
180. 
181. 
182. 
183. 
184. 
185. 
186. 
187. 
188. 
189. 
190. 
191. 
192. 
193. 

194. 

195. 

196. 

196a. 

197. 

198. 

199. 

200. 

201. 

201a. 

202. 

203. 

204. 



252 205. 

206. 
207. 

208. 
209. 
210. 
211. 
212. 
199 213. 
214. 



Dalton, J. N.. 275 

Dasent, sir G : [W.] , 134 145 
Daunt, W. J. O., 42 
Davenport, W. Bromley, 262 

265 268 
Davidson, A. T., 

, R. T., 

,T:, 



Davies, G. C, 
,J.L., 



244 
44 

127 

168 
45 56 63 
56 
44 

154 



68 



Davitt, M., 

Daw kins, W. B., 44 50 

DeCosson, E. A., 154 272 
De Cyon, E., 52 

De la Warr, lord, 149 
De Leon, E., 166 

Dennis, J:, 158 161 166 232 
Depasse, H., 144 

De Yere, a., 261 

Dicey, A. v., 43 133 138 

, E:, 252 255 264 

271 275 279 



132 

148. 

252 

87 

37 
251 
280 

69 
138 
346 

268-9 
49 67 



Dietz, J., 
Dillon, W:, 
Dixie, lady F., 
domvile, m. f., 
Donaldson, J., 

DONKIN, H., 140 

Douglas, J., 
DowDEN, E:, 
Du Cane, E. F., 
Dudgeon, H: D., 
Duffy, sir C: G., 
DuNCKLEY, H:, 

DUNRAVEN, LORD, 

271 
DUNSANY, LORD, 

256 
DuNSTER, H: P., 
Dyer, T. F. T., 167 

182 190 

EASTWICK, E: B., 
Eaton, F: A,, 
Ebers, G:, 

EbRINGTON, LORD, 

Edmundson, G., 

Edwards, H. S., 128 136 242 

■ , Matilda B., 157- 

161V 209-20x/ 30511 333^S 



260 270 



246 247 



267 


278 


171 


178 




183 


144 




53-4 




255 




51 





8 



Index to British Magazines, 1882-84. 



214a 


. Edwardes, a., 


301-8V 




254. 


Froudb, J. A., 55-6 132 


260-1 


215. 


Errington, D., 


184 






264 




216. 


EscoTT, T. H. S., 
156 


147 


154 


255. 
256. 


Fry, E:, 265 
p . . ., H. W., 71 
^^ Gallenga, a., 




217. 


ESTOUKNELLES, 


248 




257. 


125 


218. 


Evans, A. J., 


45 




258. 


Galton, D., 258 




219. 


EwALD, A. C:, 90 


179 


185 


259. 


— ,F., 121 123 140 152 




189 194 






260. 


Ganem, H., 149 




220. 


LWIRBAIRN, A. M. 

-*^ 48 63 


, 40 


42 


261. 


Gardiner, S: R., 161 










262. 


Garnett, L. M. T., 


193 


221. 


Falbe, 


256 




263. 


Gaskell, Cath. M., 


278 


222. 


Farrar, F: W., 39 47 


148 


264. 


, C: M., 253 


274 


223. 


Farrer, J. A., 88 

174 190 194 


171 


173 


265. 
266. 


Geefcken, H:, 50 64 
Geikie, a., 235 


: 71 


224. 


, T: H., 


128 




267. 


Gell, p. L., 137 




225. 


Faure, D. p., 


144 




268. 


George, H:, 126 


275 


226. 


Fawcett, M. (G.), 


264 




269. 


Gibbon, C:, 197-208 V 


227. 


Feilding, W., 260 


263 


270. 


Gigot, a., 135 




228. 


Fergusson, J., 


280 




271. 


Gladstone, M.. , 66 




229. 


Ffoulkes, E. S., 


233 




272. 


Glaisher, J. W. L., 


137 


230. 


Figuerola, L., 


143 




273. 


Glazier, W:, 268 




231. 


Finch, G. B., 


42 




274. 


Gleig, G. li., 154 


266 


232. 


FiNLAYSON, A. W., 


262 




275. 


Glyde, T:, 244 




233. 


Firth, J. F. B., 


139 




276. 


Gneist, R., 72 




234. 


Fitzgerald, P., 


178 


180 


277. 


Godet, F., 55-6 61 






194 






278. 


Godfrey, mrs. J. W., 


306- 


235. 


Flanagan, J. W., 


133 


250 




12 330- 




236. 


Fleming, G:, 


247 




279. 


GoDKiN, E. L., 59 


252 


237. 


Forbes, A., 58 
266 276 


143 


144 


280. 


GOLDSMID [F.] J., 139 
261 


151 


238. 


FORWOOD, A. B., 


50 


70 


281. 


Goodrich, L. C., 264 




239. 


FOTHERGILL, J. M., 


65 


205 


282. 


Goodwin, H., 43 61 


69 


240. 


, Jessie, 325- 




236 256 




241. 


FOWLE, T. W., 


134 




283. 


Gordon, A. H., 53 




242. 


Fowler, J:, 247 


257 


284. 


Gorst, J. E., 143 


148 


243. 


, W:, 


270 




285. 


GossE, E. [W.] , 88 126 


148 


244. 


Francis, F., 197 

254 


205 


247 


286. 


156 
Grant, G: M., 68 




245. 


Frankland, E., 


251 




287. 


Gray, A., 40 




246. 


,P., 


264 




288. 


Greg, L:, 245 




247. 


Franklyn, H. M., 


235 




289. 


, P., 154 156 




248. 


Eraser, K., 


154 




290. 


Gregory, Augusta, 142 


147 


249. 


Freeman, E: A:, 


41 42 


45 


291. 


,8iR W:, : 


272 




49 65 70 71 122 


( 128 


134 


292. 


Greig, D:, 149 




250. 


Freemantle, W. H 


., 44 


210 


293. 


Grenfell, H. R., 249 




251. 


Frere, sir [H.] 15. 
135 


[E.], 


131 


294. 
295. 


Greswell. W:, 153 
Greville, Violet, 245 




252. 


Frewen, M., 


156 




296. 


Grey, lord, 250 265 


267 


253. 


Frisby, a., 


128 






271 





List of Authors. 



297. 


, Albert, 


280 




337. 


Hillebrand, K:, 


63 




298. 


Griffin, sir L., 


142 


145 


338. 


Hoare, H. W., 


152 






147 






339. 


HOBHOUSE, A., 39 


54 


57 


299. 


Griffiths, A., 126 


142 


340. 


Hodges, S., 


266 




300. 


Gull, sir W:, 


247 




341. 


HODGKIN, T., 


238 




301. 


GUNDRY, li. S., 41 


47 


347 


342. 


HOGGAN, F. E., 


44 




302. 


GUNTON, R. J.. ! 


235-6 




343. 


Holland, B., 


240 




303. 


GURNEY, E., 74 


130 


135 


344. 


, T. E., 


139 






158 250 259 


266 


273 


346. 


HOLMES, R.W. A., 


41 






275 






347. 


Holyoake, 251 


264 




30i. 


GUYOT, Y., 


51 




348. 


HOOLE, E., 


62 




305. 


TTAGGARD, A. II., 

-tl Hales, J: W. 




56 


349. 


Hopkins, E., 43 


55 


211 


306. 


1 


70 


350. 


Howard, J., 248 


262 


307. 


Hall, C: E., 


193 




351. 


Howell, G:, 254 


262 


276 


308. 


, Hubert, 


169 


187 


352. 


HOWSON, J. S., 


206 




309. 


Hamerton, p. G., 


56 




353. 


Hozier, H. M., 


264 




310. 


Hamilton, E. \i., 


171 


190 


354. 


Hubbard, H: W., 


239 




311. 


, M. C, 


280 




355. 


HUGGINS, W:, 


252 




312. 


Hamley, sir E:, 


249 


256 


356. 


Hughes, M. W., 


261 




313. 


, W. G., 


52 




357. 


, T:, 


234 




314. 


Harberton, lady, 


236 




358. 


Humphreys, J., 


166 




315. 


Hare, A: J. C, 


198- 


•203^ 


359. 


HUNTLY, LORD, 


156 






226-7^ 






360. 


Hurlbert, W: H:, 


280 


316. 


Harkness, M. E., 


255 




361. 


Hutchinson, J. G., 


278 


317. 


Harrison. F:, 51 


58 


124 


362. 


Hutton, R: H., 


52 


65 




125 245 259 


271 


277 




■ 138 22611 245 






318. 


Hart, E., 


141 




363. 


Huxley, T: H:, 


270 




319. 


Harte, [T.] B., 


20211 




364. 


Hyndman, H. M., 


280 




320. 


Hatch, E. D., 50 


57 


66 


365. 


TBRAIIIM HiMLY, 
J- INGERSOLL, E., 


144 




321. 


Haweis, H. R., 


5311 


69 


366. 


194 






184-90** 199-200 


20411 


212 


367. 


Irving, H:, 


209 






214 






368. 


TACKSON, C. N., 
^ — ,J. E., 


153 




322. 


• , M. E.. 


57 




369. 


247 




323. 


Hawthorne, J., 


167-78V 


369a 


. James, H :, 85-6 v 




324. 


Hayman, H:, 


46 




370. 


Japp, a. H., 167 


177 


190 


325. 


Hayward, R. H., 


270 




371. 


Jebb, E. L., 


254 




326. 


Healey, T. M., 131 143 


155 


372. 


, R. C, 136 


137 


145 


327. 


Heath, R:, 52 58 66 


72 




148 155 








201 212-3 






373. 


Jefferies, R:, 184 


198 


209 


328. 


Hemming, G. W., 


261 






211 213 






329. 


Hennessy, J. I'., 


274 


278 


374. 


Jeffray, R. J., 


129 




330. 


Herbert, A., 135-6 141 


144 


375. 


Jenkins, E:, 


57 






147 






376. 


Jenkyn, F., 


237 




331. 


, S. L., 


146 




377. 


Jerrold, B., 


262 




332. 


Hewlett, H: G., 


276 




378. 


Jessopp, A:, 249 


255 


258 


333. 


Hicks, E. L., 


247 






263 266 269 


271 


276 


334. 


Hill, A., 37 


257 






280 






335. 


, C:, 


272 




379. 


Jevons, "W". S., 


37 




336. 


, 0., 268 


273 




380. 


Johnson, F. B., 


277 





10 



Index to British Magazines, 1882-84. 



3S1. 

381a. 

382. 

383. 

384. 
385. 
386. 

387. 
388. 



389. 
390. 
391. 
392. 
393. 
394. 
395. 
396. 
397. 
398. 
399. 

400. 
401. 
402. 
403. 
404. 
405. 
406. 

407; 
408. 
409. 



410. 
411. 
412. 
413. 
414. 
415. 

416. 
417. 

418. 



265 

201 etc. 
247 
40 156 



Jones, H: A., 

, Harry, 90 

, W. B., 

KAUFMANN, M., 
205-811 229 
Kay, H : C, 51 

, J. T., 238 278 

Keary, C. F., 254 

Keay, J. S., 47 263 
Kebbel, T. B., 125 127 132 

135 145 148 155 247 259 

270 
Keene, H. G., 138 

Kemble, F.. a.. , 331 
Kemp, D., 141 

Kennard, N. H., 42 268 279 
Kennedy, C. W., 160 

, H. A., 57 

Kerr, F. G., 242 

KiNGSFORD, A., 246 

Kingsley, C:, 209 etc. 
Knox, A. A., 245 



125 257 



254 
262 



Krapotkin, 

268 271 

LABOUCHERE, H:, 135 146 
Lagden, G. T., 270 
Laing, S:, 143 145 
Lambert, A., 245 274 276 
, B., 60 



Lamington, lord, 
Lang, A., 44 57 

144 162 
Lansdell, H:, 
Laughton, J. K., 
Laveleye, E. de, 

52 54 60 68 

136 252 
Law, E. F. G., 
Lawless, E., 
Leach, A. F., 

, H:, 



69 
264 
60 124 

50 
159 

40 47 
71-2 132 



Leadam, I. S., 
"Lee, Vernon", 

61 80 89 
Leech, H: B., 
Lefevre, G. S., 

269 
Leifchild, F., 
Lermontof, 



124 150 156 
167^ 171 
129 
240 
125 

41 48 
163 
39 50 
255 



159 
53 



65 



60 
266 



49 
32 



419. 

420. 

421. 

422. 

422a. 

423. 

424. 

425. 

426. 

427. 

428. 
429. 
430. 

431. 
432. 
433. 
434. 
435. 
436. 

437. 
438. 
439. 
440. 

441. 
442. 
443. 

444. 
445. 
446. 

447. 
448. 
449. 
450. 
451. 
452. 
453. 
454. 
455. 
456. 
457. 
458. 
459. 
460. 



Leroy-Beaulieu, 142 
Lester, H. F., 183 195 
Levi, L., 42 

Lewes, G: H:, 26 

Lewis, M. A., 239 

Lidgett, G :, 64 

Lifford, lord, 259 

Lillie, J:, 309-1211 

Lilly, W. S., 38 43-4 49-50 

56 62 145 153 249 263 
Lindsay, lady, {-/) 308 310 

315 320 327 328 

, T. M., 219 

LiNSKiLL, M., 221-32 V 
Linton, E. L., 191 301^/ 

313-24 V 326 335 
Lock, B. F., 40 

loftie, w. j., 234 

Lonsdale, M., 
lorne, lord, 59 
Loyd-Lindsay, sir R., 
Lubbock, sir J:, 

260 272 
, M.. 

Lucy, H: W., 
Lyall, sir a., 
Lymington, lord, 

277 
Lynd, W., 175 

Lytton, lord, 139 150 280 
'ACAULAY, G. C, 256 



235 


271 


) 64 


72 


:R., 


268 


70 


146 


124 




109 


172 


122 




267 


276 



M' 



Mc Carthy, J., 



— , J. n. 

Mc Coll, M., 138 

157 184 
Macdonald, J:, 
Macdonell, J:, 



250 

, 170 175 
149 151 

274 
138 



Mac Dougall, P. L., 265 
Mc Farlane, D. H., 235 
Macfarren, G. a., 252 
Macfie, M., 68 

Macgregor, J., 
Mackarness, F:, 
Mack AY, C:, 195 
Mackensie, J:, 

tVlACMILLAN, H., 



280 

260 

193^ 

Mac Nichol, A. N., 170 
McQueen, W:, 238 

Macquoid, K. S., 237 



44 
152 

276 
61 

182§ 



List of Authors. 



11 



461. 
462. 
463. 
464. 
465. 
466. 
467. 
468. 
469. 

470. 
471. 
472. 
473. 
474. 
475. 
476. 
477. 
478. 
479. 
480. 
481. 
482. 
483. 
484. 
485. 
486. 
487. 
488. 
489. 
490. 
491. 
492. 
493. 

494. 
495. 
496. 

497. 
498. 
499. 
500. 
501. 

502. 

503. 
504. 



Macrae, C. C, 140 

Magniac, C, 269 

Magnus, K., 230 243 
Mahaffy, J. P., 37 
Malne, H: S., 122 

Majendie, V. D., 137 
Mallock, W: H., 38 
Malortie, 62 141 
Manning, H: E:, 45 
247 253 256 258 
Mario, A., 239 

Marlborough, duke of, 151 



67 

151 

55 
260 



Marriott, W. T. 
Marryat, R., 
Marshall, A., 
Martin, abbk, 

, H. (F.), 

, MRS. H., 



Martineau, J., 
Mason, H. M.^ 
Masson, D:, 
Matheson, a.. 
Mearns, a., 
Meason, M. L., 
Melvin, J., 
Meredith, G:, 
Merivale, H. C, 
Mew, Ja.. 167 
Miller, F. F., 
Minto, W:, 

MiTFORD, A. R., 
Mivart, S., 
moggridge, m. w., 
MONOD. G., 43 46 

58 63 67 
MONTEFIORE, C, 
MORISON, J. C, 
MORLEY, J:, 121 

255 

Morris, L:, 

, M., 

, W: O., 



250 
273 

62 
254 
1-2 13 34 
158V 
258 
242 
233 
242 

60 
234 239 261 
123 
150 
333 
173 
158 
127 
250 
276 



335 
196 



237 
50 55 



45 
233. 
124 

40 
132 

62 
131 



130 



MOSELEY, H. N., 

MuLLER, [F.] M., 46 47 245 

274 
Mulhall, M. G., 38 43 46 

54 62 
MUNRO. J., 212 

Murray, A. S., 253 



505. 

506. 
507. 
508. 
509. 
510. 
511. 
512. 
513. 
514. 

515. 
516. 
517. 
518. 
519. 
520. 
521. 
522. 
523. 
524. 
525. 
526. 
527. 
528. 



529. 
530. 
531. 
532. 
533. 
534. 
535. 

536. 
537. 

538. 
539. 
540. 

541. 
542. 
543. 
544. 
545. 
546. 



Myers, F: W. H., 86 125 
131 136 149 273 275 

Nettleship, R. L., 41 
Nevin, R. J., 248 
Newman, J: II:, 270 
Nichol, J:, 143 203 
Nightengale, F., 58 264 
NiNET, J:, 257 

NiVEN, R., 122 

Noble, J. A., 161 

Noel, R., 59 

NoRiAC, J., 334V 

Norman, C, 267 

, C. B., 273 

, H:, 133 141 144 

, sir H:, 136 

NORRis, W. E., 73V 76-90V 
northcote, h. s.-, 245 
Norton, lord, 258 270 277 
NoviKOF, O. (K.), 38 157 253 

O'Brien, B,, 146 
, C. G., 278 

O'Donnell, F. H., 53 
Olding, VV. H., 169 179 195 
Oliphant, L., 139 252 279 

, M. O. (W.), [1, 

25] 53|| 55 197-208 210 
237 241 243 seq 

OSBORN, R. D., 
"OUIDA", 170 

PAGET, SIR J:, 
— , w., 

Paley, F. a.. 
Palmer, W:, 
Panton, J. E., 

2I2 etc. 230 
Paris, J. de, 
Parkes, sir H:, 
Parr, mrs., 
Paterson, J. 
Patterson, A. J., 
Paul, C. K., 

278 

, S. C, 243 

Payn, J., 96-104** 103-8V 
Pearson, N., 264 268 
Peek, F., 42 61 67 
Perry, W. C, 263 

PiCTON, J. A., 59 212 



37 48 


128 


173 


1T6II 


268 




259 




533 




53 




83 


89 


133 




, 269 


273 


301-12V 




210 




J., 238 




J6 254tt 


265 



12 



Index to British Magazines, 1882-84., 



547. 


PiGOTT, 11 :, 52 




588. 


, J. G., 249 255 277 


548. 


Playfair, sir L., 222 


233 


589. 


Romanes, G. J., 46 54 256 


549. 


Plimsoll, S:, 263 






277 


550. 


Plowden, T. C, 190 




590. 


Rose, W. K., 130 


551. 


Plumptre, E. H., 61 


69 


591. 


Ross, A., 233 


552. 


Pollock, F:, 128-30 142 


241 


592. 


ROSSITER, E.. , 125 


553. 


, W. F., 250 




593. 


, W:, 274 


554. 


Poole, S. L., 134 158 


180 


594. 


ROWETT, E., 161 


555. 


Power. C, 191-6^ 




595. 


Rowsell, F. W., 262 


556. 


PrESTWICK, MRS., 211 




596. 


Russell, E: R., 142 153 240 


557. 


Price, B., 38 63 




597. 


— , G: W. E., 133 262 


558. 


Pritchett, R. T., 197§ 




598. 


, W. C, 69 159-66 


559. 


Proctor, R: A., 39 42 


46 


599. 


, W. H., 265 




58 75 76 77 83 84 


170 


600. 


Rye, F., 188 




172 176 177 178 179 


181 


601. 


Ryle, J. C, 62 




191 222 267 




602. 


o't-Albans, duke, 276 
^ Saintsbury, G:, 123 129 


56Q. 


PUGH, L: H., 56 




603. 


561. 


PURVES, J., 57 163 164V 


604. 


Salmon, C. S., 48 




166 223-5 




605. 


, G:, 58 


562. 


/^UILTER, H., 38 42 


50 


606. 


Salt, H. S., 311|| 313 






606a 


. Sandford, C. W., 151 


563. 


■pAE, J:, 37 44 51 
-ti , TV. F., 220 


58 


607. 


Sargent, J. Y., 134 


564. 


279 


608. 


Say, L., 140 


565. 


Raikes, H: C, 257 




609. 


Sayce, a. H., 57 64 


566. 


Rainy, R., 39 




610. 


Schnadorst, F., 251 


567. 


Rallstox, W. R. S., 257 


611. 


SCHOMBERG, G. A,, 261 


568. 


Rathboxe, W:, 128 258-9 


612. 


SCHUCKBURGH, E. S., 257 


569. 


Raven, J. H., 233 




613. 


SCOONES, W. B., 251 


570. 


Rawlings, B. B., 160 


162 


614. 


Scott, B:, 38 


571. 


Reade, C:, 333 seq 




615. 


Secretan, C:, 66 


572. 


, C, 6511 




616. 


Seebohm, F., 60 


573. 


ReCLUS, E., 65 




617. 


Seeley, J: R., 68 242 243 


574. 


Reed, sir E: J., 59 61 


71 


618. 


Sendall, W. J., 150 


575. 


Reeve, mrs. H:, 165 




619. 


Seton-Karr, W. S., 42 


576. 


Reid, R. T., 56 152 




620. 


Shaftesbury, lord, 268 


577. 


Reinach, J., 246 249 
256 258 265 


253 


621. 


Shairp, J. C, 43 162-3 
209 225 241 


578. 


Richard. H:, 56 




622. 


Sharpe, S., 155 


579. 


Richardson, B: W.. 


157 


623. 


Shaw, A., 130 




162 165 210 




624. 


, G. A., 59 


580. 


RiGG, J. H., 68 




625. 


Shee, W. A., 264 


581. 


RiMNER, A., 187 




626. 


Shepherd, R: H., 182 184 


582. 


Roberts, F: S., 255 


274 


627. 


Sherbrooke, lord, 246 248 


583. 


Robinson, A. M.. F., 163v/ 




252 


584. 


, E. K., 185 190 


261 


628. 


Sherer, J. W., 185 196 


585. 


, F. W., 172 




629. 


Shorthouse, J: H:, 239-40-y 


586. 


, Phil, 46 


48 




248tt 251 27311 




167-71 175 176 177 


188 


630. 


Sibree, J., 49 


587. 


Rogers, J. E. T., 39 152 


244 


631. 


SiCHEL, W. S., 275 



List of Authors. 



13 



632. 


Sidney, A.. 269 




674. 


, S., 


254 




633. 


Siemens, C. W:, 248 




675. 


— , w. c. 


45 




634. 


SiMCOX, E., 126 164 


274 


676. 


Temple, sir R:, 46 51 


133 


635. 


, G. A., 122 


253 


677. 


Thompson, E., 


242 




636. 


Simmons, sir L., 249 259 


263 


678. 


Thomson. J., 200 


201 


637. 


SiMOX, J., 47 




679. 


Thurber, F. B., 


246 




638. 


Simpson, W:, 163 




680. 


Tipping, H. A., 


244 




639. 


SiNNETT, A. p., 141 




681. 


Tolstoy, L., 166 v 




640. 


Slagg, J :, 62 67 




682. 


Traill, H. D., 54 


: 58 


64 


641. 


Smales, E. C, 328 






68 129 132 134 


139 


250 


642. 


Smith, G:, 199|| 






266 271 






643. 


, G: B., 188 




683. 


Trench. M., 257 


276 




644. 


, GOLDWIN, 38 41 


60 


684. 


Trollope, a., 201-8 v^ 






64 69 145 245 247 


250 


685. 


, H: M., 


193 






251 255 262 




686. 


Trotter, C, 


263 




645. 


, S:, 60 261 






Tseng, 


268 




646. 


, W. J., 267 




687. 


TuKE, J. H., 40 


251 




647. 


, W. R., 202-4 


228 


688. 


TULLOCH, J:, 41 


272 




648. 


Solly, H:, 276 






Turgenikv, 


297 




649. 


Spencer, H., 39 49 62 


64 


689. 


Turner, C: E:, 


236 






65-6 67 269 275 


279 


690. 


— , s., 


246 




650. 


Stanley, E. L., 259 


276 


691. 


Tyler, E. 15., 


237 




651. 


OF Alderley, 


256 


692. 


Tyndall, J:, 53 


55 


270 


652. 


Statham, H. H., 132 


146 


693. 


"Tytler, S..", ; 


221-32 > 


/ 


653. 


Stephen, sir J. E., 147 


248 


694. 


TTELEY, M., 74- 

* Venables, G. 


■84V 






266 274 




695.. 


S., 


137 


654. 


, L., 259-60 






140 155 






655. 


Stephens, J., 65 




696. 


Verney, F. p., 37 


40 


48 


656. 


"Stepniak", 57 63 


107 




70 159V 






657. 


Stern, C. E., 273 




697. 


ViLLARI, L., 


90 




658. 


Stevenson, R. L., 76 77 


80 


698. 


, P., 


52 




659. 


Stewart, B., 43 67 




699. 


VlTELLESCHI, N., 


137 


264 


660. 


Stokes, G. T., 49 243 




277 






661. 


Strachey, E:, 240 




700. 


Vincent, C. E. H., 


51 




662. 


Strettel, a., 243 




701. 


ViTu, A:, 


39 




663. 


Stuart-Glennie, J. S., 


41 


702. 


Vogel, J., 


140 






236 




703. 


^^TALFORD, E:, 
VV ,L. B., 


168 


181 


664. 


Stubbs, C: W., 213 


227 


704. 


22-1 


32V 


665. 


Sullivan, A. M., 268 




705. 


Walker, A. L., 


47 




666. 


Sully, J., 130 




706. 


Wallace, A. R., 


39 




667. 


Swinburne, A. C:, 121 


142 


707. 


-Goodbody, F. 


G., 




272-3 278 






180 






668. 


SwiNTON, A. A. C, 20£ 


» 


708. 


Walton, E:, 


191 




669. 


Symonds, J. A., 73 77 


159 


709. 


Ward, A. W., 


242 






1G5 233 




710. 


, C. A., 


334 




670. 


r 1 UINE, H. A., 70 
-A- Talbot, E: F., 13 




711. 


, M. A., 


127 




671. 


5 


712. 


, W., 246 


265 




672. 


Taylor, sir H:, 267 




713. 


Waring, C:, 135 


143 


155 


673. 


, P:, 249 




714. 


Warner, H. L., 


69 





14 Index to British Magazines, 1S82-84. 

715. Warren, F,, 152 735. , A. J., 131 136 164 

716. Waterfield, O. C, 140 736. , H. S., 262 

717. Watkins, M. G., 73 167 737. , J. D., 45 

173 179 192 738. Wingfield, L:, 148 

718. Watts, G. F., 257 739. Winter, W. H. T., 172 

719. , T., 259 186 

720. Wedderburn, D:, 43 740. Wisker, J:, 126 

721. Wedmore, F:, 133 138 741. Wolf, L., 152 

145 171 186 258 306 332 742. Wood, L. C, 60 

722. Westall, W:, 67 743. , J. G., 210 214 

723. Westcott, B. F., 64 744. Wordsworth, C :, 139** 

724. Westlake, J:, 48 63 745. Wright, C: H. H., 246 254 

725. Whately, E. J., 202 267 

726. Whitaker, E:, 193 746. , T:, 258 

727. Whymper, F:, 215-6 221 747. , W., 49 

728. WiLBERFORCE, E. G., 139 748. Wynne, F: K., 256 

729. Wilkinson, E. T., 269 749. -^tf^o, G. F., 41 123 

730. WiLKS, S :, 41 750. JL , J. B., 122 125 

731. WiLLERT, P. F., 147 751. YouNG, J. J., 62 

732. Williams, M., 251 752. f^ELLER. C, 248 

733. , W. M., 186 753. ^ Zimmern, H.., 164 192 

734. Wilson, Andrew, 168 173 754. Zincke, F. B., 121 

175 181-2 187 196 



The following abbreviations, suggested by Librarian 
C : A. Cutter, have been adopted by the American 
Library Association : — A : = Augustus (August, Auguste, 
etc. ) , A. . = Ann ; B : = Benjamin, B. . = Beatrice ; C : =^ 
Charles, C. . = Charlotte ; D : = David, D. . = Delia ; E : = 
Edward, E. . = Elizabetli ; F : = Frederic, F. . = Frances ; 
G: = George, G..:= Grace; H: = Henry, H.. = Helen; 
I : =: Isaac, 1.. = Isabel ; J : = John, J.. = Jane ; K 
Karl, K. .= Katherine ; L : ^ Louis, L. . = Louise ; M 
Mark, M. . = Mary ; N : = Nicholas, N. . = Nancy ; O 
Otto, 0..= Olivia; P;=Peter, P..= Pauline; R 
Richard, R. . = Rebecca ; S : = Samuel, S. . = Sarah ; T 
Thomas, T. . = Therese ; 11:=:: Ulrich, U. . = Ursula 
V : = Victor, V. . = Victoria ; W : = William , W. . = 
Wilhelmina. 



INDEX. 



In this Index, names of persons in italics indicate that they are treated in their 
professional capacity. The letter w indicates that the figures following refer to reviews 
of works 071 the subject indexed ; w, to reviews of works by the same. A * signifies that 
the work to which reference is made is illustrated; §, that it is travel; J, poetry; V, fic- 
tion; IT, a translation; ||, history or hiografy; **, letters or autobiografy ; ff, religion; 



§§, the stage ; 
notice. 



11, natural science; ***, anecdote or incident. A f indicates an obituary 



111 

267 by 518 

ki 

10 



Aberdeen, earl, ** r«, 116 

Abrantes, duchess, 314 

Abys.siiiia, ***, 34; J: of, 

272 by 185 

Acad^mie fraugaise, 

Academy, a british, 

Accident ass-urauce, 

Acting, (I[3= Stage 

Adolphus, ^y^ 

iEronautics. 70 by 162, 149 by 103, 
215-16 by 727 

Affirmation bil, 136 by 2 

Africa, (J[3" South , West , 

etc. 

Agnosticism, 53 by 415, 54 by 139 & 
589, 271 by 317, 274 by 653, 277 by 
317, 279 by 649; & church- 
going, 245 by 288, 248 by 133 & 629 ; 
christian, 270 by 168 

Agriculi ure [jg" Land question, etc.] 
in England, 1501-1600, 289 ; co-opera- 
tion. 254 by 671; departJneuts, 
136 by 52; depression, 38-9 by 14, 
113, 131 by 91, 156 by 252, 246 by 36, 
283; laborers, 143, 266 by 378, 271 by 
market-g., 278 by 206 ; succes- 



378; 

ful, *** , 247 by 382, 

278 by 206; terms. 



248 by 350, 
166 bv 533 



Aix, 221* 
A Kempis, T:, 
Albany, duke 
Alcwine, 
Alexandria, 
206 by 684 
Alfabet, 
Al Hariri, 



405 by 264 
SO by A. W. W. 

of, 29, 749 by 505 
85 by H. F. B. 

174 by 167; anc, 



Alice, princess, 



194 by 83 
87 
66 by 271, 151 by 
446, 228*, 290 
Alison, A., ** w, 12 285 
All in a garden fair, V, 209-20 
Allen, W:, 116 

Alliteration, 332 

Alps, 214 

American literature, 293; V, 13, 

70 by 696, 111, 285 
Amsterdam, hist., 58 by 327 

Amusements, popular, 63 by 63 
Anachronism in art, 163 by 415 
Analogies of sailing, 56 by 309 
Anarchists, 45-6 by 69, 65 by 573, 

136 by 409 
Ancien regime, pesants, 171 by 310 
Ancient world, organs of pub. opin- 
ion, 155 by 372 
Anderson, J. C, 208 
, 31.. , 280 by 442 



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ber of the magazine inwhich the article appeared. {^W pages 
2-3.) Figures at riht of ''^by" indicate author of article as given 
in pages 5-14. 



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Angling, 102, 177, 316; w, 115; 
loch. 179 by 717 

Angra Pequena, 153 by 294 

Animals, & man, 271 by 682; dis- 
tribution, 173, 175 by 734; duty 
toward, 236 by 282 ; extinct, in S. 
A., 109 

Anstey, F., 33 

Ants, vv, 112, 338 

Apocalyps, 248 by 752 

Apostles, 55-6 by 277 

Apparitions, US" Ghosts 

Apples, history, 116 

Arabia, 146 by 550 

Arbhiy, F.. (B.), 51 by 131, 95; to, 
48 by 131 

Archieology, greek [(Ii3" Troy] , 41 by 
663, 278 by 22, 291 ; ^% , 253 by 
504 

Arctic explor., ^*^ , 11 

Argijll, lis 

Ariosto, 60 by 138 

Aristophanes, 145 by 372, 292 

Aristotel^s, 120 

Army, british, 255 by 582, 259 by 636 ; 
admin., 8, 19, 27, 33, 52, 134 by 
109, 263 by 636, 264 by 353, 265 by 
449, 274by 582; irregulars, 161 by 



25; 



short-service, 



266 bv 274 



Arnold, M., ft «', 64 by 682 

Art, 348; Morris on, 126 by 634; 

beginning of, 134 by 554; genre, 

138 by 721 ; english, 5, 15; trench, 

28, 186 by 721; Japanese, 114 

exhibitions, for poor, 87 by 39; 

London, 42 by 562, 332 by 721; 
Paris, 126 by 285 

Arthur, 227 by 664 

Arundel society, 272 by 291 

Asia, central, & Gr. B., 4; & Russia 
[jg^Merv], railways, 116 

, eastern, trade, 277 by 380 

Assisi, Francesco of, 72 by 327 



Assurance [(Ii3" Sick-help], marine, 

271 by 85 
Astronomy, 42 by 33 

Athens, british institute, 137 by 372 
Auld Robin Gray, author, 302 
Austen, J .. , 303, 314 

Australasia, confed., 61 by 123, 344 
Australia, & Gr.B., 266 by 237, 273 by 
537; confed., 72 by 30, 280 by 199; 
immigration, 267 by 646; "protec- 
tion" in, 123 by 26; society, 58 by 
237, 269 by 537 
Austria, travels, 71-2 by 409 ; in S. E. 
Europe, 41 by 249; {& press) 
45 by 218 
Auvergne, ^*-^, 48 by 696 

Avignon, 311 



B 



aader, F. II. von. 



207 



Baby's grandmother, -y, 22-32 
Bach, J. B., 119 

Bagdad, ^%, 11 

Balbo, C, 21 

Balkan provinces, 63 by 20 

Balfour, F. M., 131 by 500 



Ballentine, serg., 



306 



Balloons, [[[^ JEronautics 
Ball-room repentance, -y, 301-8 by 

214« 
Balzac, cane, 196 by 628 

Barry, E.. , 174 by 153 

Bart, J:, 159 by 408 

Basq provinces, 84, 167 by 411 
Basuto, 159 by 25 

Bate-Dudley, sir H., 168 by 703 

Bath, 18th century, 90 

Bavaria, angling, 27 

Bazaine, 143 by 237, 321 



Beach, sea, 



187 



Beaconsfield, lord, 322 ; irish policy, 

278 by 329; w, 110 
Beaumarchais, 104 

Beauty & the beast, v, 221-32 by 693 

, filosofy of, 54 by 66 



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ber of the magazine in which the article appeared, {l^^ pages 
2-3.) Figures at riht of ^'■by" indicate author of article as given 
in pages 5-14. 



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Beckford, W:, 169 by 29 

Bees, w, 112 

Behn, A., 331 

Belgium, education, 2-10 by 413; his- 
tory, cont., 40 by 409, 68 by 409 

Belinda, V, 313-325 

Bell, sir C:, 124 by 125 

Bengal, land q., 58 by 171 & 510, 
265 by 9 

Berkeley, G:, 303 

Berkshire, 21 

Berlin, administration, 72 by 276; ai't 
collec, 278 by 22; society, 31-2 

Berlioz, 322 

Berwick, duke, 324 

Between the hether, etc., ^, 221-32 

Bewick, T:, 216 

Bible, [(Ii3" Speaker's com., etc.] in- 
spiration, 269 by 508 ; misinterpre- 
tation, 11 

Biella, 191 by 430 

Bilochistan, 4 

Biografy, dictionaries, 289; ethics, 
55 by" 598, 89 

Biology, 168 by 734 

Birds & poets, (46, 86, 167-71, 175-7) 
by 586, 86 by 63a 

Birnam, 9 

Black-deth, 280 by 378 

Blackmore, Bi D., 3 

Blasfemy, 138 by 448, 147 by 653, 343 

Bloody assizes, 194 by 219 

Boers, J^" Transvaal 

"Bohemia", literature, 13 

Bohemian forest, 105 

Bolandists, 49 by 660 

Bombay, "towers", 94 

Bonaparte family, 109, 338 

, N., 1813 campaign, 308; 

marshals, 320 

Books, »**, 174 by 6; manufacture, 
136 by 540 ; suppressed, 195 by 526 

Border, the, 4 



Borneo, british, 41 by 301, 111 
Bosnia, travels, 14; occupation, 45 by 

218 
Bossuet, 290 

Botticelli, 80 by 415 

Bourgogne, hotel de, 336 

Bourgonef, ^, 27-8 

Bournemouth, 24 

Boys, 87 

Bradlaugh case, 247 by 469 
Brandt, S., 88 

Brathway, 226* 

Brazil, railways, 135 by 713 
Br6tagne, travels, 78 

Bribery act, 24; ***, 269 by 729 
Bright, J:, w, 282 

British asso., 340; at Montreal, 

68 by 286 

empire, (Ii3" Colonial policy, 

Gr. Britain 

museum, ^*^, 10 

Bronte, 226 by 430 

Brougham, ^*^, 335 

Brown, dr. J:, 203* 

Broime, H. K., 145 by 721 
Broic-ning, Eo. {B.), 340 

,B., 59 by 514, 84 by 626 

138 by 159, 239 by 422a 

Buddhism, esoteric, 279 by 527 ; god, 

163 by 638 
Buffalos, 226 by 167 
Bugeaud, 288 

Burial, 54 by 167 

Burma, nativs, 86 ; queen, 161 by 594 
Buroughs, early scotch, 295 

Busbecq, 282 

Busines, romance, 2 

Byron, w, 140 by 695, 287; — & 

Shelley, 264 by 254 
By the gate of the Sea, V, 87-90 

Cairo, 175 by 167; hist., 53-4 by 210 
California, agric, 45 by 167; for- 
est, 176 by 167; mts., 88, 183 by 167 



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ber of the magazine in which the article appeared. (J^ pages 
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in pages 5-14. 



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Index to British Magazines, 1882-84. 



Calverley, C : S., 150 by 618 
Cambridge univ., 261 by 328; wrang- 



lers, 



74 



Campbell, F. J., 197-8* by 274 
Canaan, gods, 57 by 609 

Canada, 15; farm life, 89; french 
autonomy, 59 by 434 ; immigration, 
44 by 453, 339 ; Pacific r'way, 245 by 
520; sport, 187 by 581 
Canals, (US" Waterways 
Canning, ***, 335 

Cape Coast, 270 by 401 

Colony, c'a 1800, 323; farming, 

95 
Capital, (I;3°" Investments 
Carcassonne, 242 by 677 

Carducci, G., 109 

Carlisle, 45 by 249 

Carlsbad, 279 by 564 

Carlyle, T:, 137 by 695; ***, 198; 
w, 7, 155 by 695, 293, 308; at 



Craig'k, 210* by 538; 
burgh, 233 by 480 



Edin- 



, , wife, 53 by 598, 172 by 

76, 183 by 76, 322; letters, 17, 

213, 295 
Carthage, 109 

Catherine of Aragon, divorce, 119 
Catholic church [ [l;3= Leo XIII.] , w, 

290; & Gr. B., 148 by 84; faith, 

246 & 265 by 712; filosofy in, 127 by 

180 
Cattle-trade, 156 by 252 

Caucus, Bir'm, 250 by 472, 251 by 610 
Cavalry, 154 by 248 

Cave-tombs, 139 by 527 

Cavour on Ireland, 253 by 27 
Cervantes, "Buscapi6", 173 by 487 
Cervo, 157 by 59 

Chamberlain, J:, policy, 146 by 400, 

156 
Channel tunnel, 39 by 80, 50 by 184, 

236 (-v/), 246 by 205, 247 by 55, 205, 



242, 598 & 644; 248; 249 by 106, 312, 
577 & 636 

, wrecks, 185 by 167 

Chanzy, 318 

Character, mesurement, 152 by 259 
Charity, [[i3" Missions, Poor 
Charles I., span, mariage, 323 

VII., 115 

Chaucer at Woodstock, 70 by 306 
Cherbuliez, V'., 20 

Children [ ^^^^ Orfanages, Poor ] , 



cruelty to, 228; hospital, 237 by 460; 

handwork, 254 by 371; pauper, 257 

by 683 
Chile, 153 by 140 

China, army, 29; forein relations, 138 
^ by 75 ; (France) 72 by 7, 261 by 75 ; 

history, 120; society, 307; j^**, 

85V; trade, 288 
Chinese literature, 283; V, **», 24 
Chopin,F:, 202* by 725, 319; ?o, 116 
Christian church, [ [[[3=" Apostles ] , 

history, early, 212, 214 & 217 by 

321, 337; clas influence, 48 by 135 

religion [(Ii3" Bible, Church] , 



& church, 63 by 220; inlaw, 
Blasfemy ; people's versions, 60 by 
327; revolution by, 62 by 426 
, faith [[I[3=Cath, 



ch.] , 254 by 540, 256 by 748, 261 by 

191 ; neo , 64 by 682 

disbelief, basis, 258 

by 478; speculativ, 149 by 292 
Church, auglican, [(I[3" clergy, Ritu- 
alism] 1701-1800, 289 ; — 1833-45, (53= 
Mozley, etc; canon, obedience, 50 
by 320; on Continent, 151by606ff; 
courts, 60 by 742, 62 by 601, 66 by 
320, 117, 13S by 446," 270 by 60, 
288; diocesan synods, 46 by 324; 
disestablishment, 71 by 41, 138 by 
192; 149; public worship act, 
161 by 161 ; & State, 134 by 682 



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ber of the magazine in tvhich the article appeared. {^^ pages 
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of Scotland, clergy, 299; 

disestab., 4, 39 by 566, 41 by 688 

Churchill, lord II., 54 by 682, 150 

Cities [ ([]3° Poor ] , immig. from coun- 
try, 271 by 378; reform in, 267 by 
41 & 79 

Civil-service, british, exams., ^*^, 
107, 251 by 613 

Claretie, J., 15 

Clarke, M., 329 

Clergy, ISth cent., 85 ; work, 90 by 319 

Climate, 251 by 245 

Cloths of middle-age, 57 by 322 

Cloture, 46 by 26, 158, 245 by 317, 
246 by 627, 255 by 588 

Clough, A. H., 138 by 362 

Coal trade, 26 

Cobden, R:, w, 109, 170 by 458, 
233 by 495, 245 by 32, 250 by 644, 
282, 337 

"Cock" inn, 165 

Coconut, milk, 99 

Coinage, british, 288; gold, 348 

Coleridge, 1 

Collins, M., 193 by 307 

Colonial policy, british, 64 by 644, 
146 by 142 & 331, 265 by 20, 277 by 
521, 291; history, 245 by 617; 
french, 146 by 142, 273 by 516; 
german, 280 by 26 

Colonies, british, cont. history, 337-348 

Color sense, 124 by 437 

Columbus, 212 by 546 

Comets, 43 & 86 by 559, 252 by 355 

Commercial policy, british, 36 

treaties, 124 by 64 

Commons, house of, busines, 5, ^3 by 
47, 271 by 296, 277 by 588 ; pro- 
cedure [(K3= Cloture], 39 by 587, 
109, 340 ; new rules, 133 by 169 ; 
Irish in, 131 by 326 

Coney ilaud, 306 

Congo, 54 by 409, 119, 150 by 410, 



151 by 127. 347; ***, ^, 10 
Con naught, travels, 75 

Conscience, 59 by 546 

Conseils de prud' hommes, 52 by 23 
Constant, B:, ** w, 304 

Constantinople in 1882, 308 

Consumption, climatic cure, 125 by 

750 
Continent, cheap places, 77 
"Comomj, Hugh", 33 

Cookery, anc, 165 by 575; schools, 

209 by 303, 223 

Coolies, [K3" Kanakas 
Coomassie, 270 by 401 

Co-operation, 164 by 634, 346; agric, 

254 by 674 ; shirt-making, 274 by 634 
Copernicus, 116 

Corea, 285, 347 by 301 
Corn laws repeal, 343 

Cornwall, 18 

Correspondence classes, 205 
Correspondents, 203 by 509 

Corsets, 225 

Cossa, r:, 109, 121 by 24 
Cotton, C:, 192 by 717" 

Country life, 223 & 225 by 561, 292 
County gov't, 51 by 165, 135 by 388, 

137 by 91, 238 by 385, 342 
Courts, procedure, eng., 257 by 334 

267 by 154; q. sessions, ^%, 6; 

french, 78 
Crashaw, R:, 88 

Craioford, F. M., 33 

Cricket, 292 

Crime [(Ii3= Punishment], investi- 
gation & pros., 31 
Crimean war, ***, 305 etc. 
Criticism, 123 by 8 
Crofters, U^" Highlands, land 
Croker, J : W., w, 35-6, 155 by 388, 

292 
Crown, succession to, 122 by 465 ; 

England, 337 



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Cuckoo pint, ISO by 8 

Culture, 255 by 19 

Curci, C. M., 290 

Customs, 237 by 691 

Cyprus, locusts, 264 by 167 

Dahn, F., 17 

Damocles, ^, 74-84 by 694 
Dante, 69 by 551 ; & Sbakspere, 30 
Danubian States, 142 

Dartmoor, 160 by 570 

Darwin, C: B., 339; & Newton, 

42 by 559 
Daudet, A., 15 

Davos, 125 by 750 

Deaf & dumb asylums, 278 by 65 ; 

***, 242 by 395 
Death, 145 by 426, 165 
Debt, imprisonment for, 261 by 115 
Decoration, 313 

Deer shooting, 173 by 717 



Delany, mrs.. 



319 



<d 



Delhi, siege, **# , 

Delphi, 82 

Deluge, 221 by 14, 246 by 745 

Democracy, 132 by 254, 272 by 19 & 

91, 292; future, 286; in Eng., 

267 by 91 
Democracy, (V), 5, 127 by 711 
Derbyshire, 205* by 244 

Dervishes, 177 by 167 

Des Accords, 196 by 487 

Desmoulins, 339 

Deventer, 80 

Derbyshire, 83 

DeWitt, J:, w, 120, 292 

Diamonds, 341 

Diana of the crosways, ^, 150-6 
Dickeus, C:, 297; lo, 132 by 498; 

"E. Drood", 99 

Dictionaries, hist., 302 

Disease, spred of contageous, 75 by 

559, 140 by 164 
Dissenters & ang. church, 56 by 578 



Divining rod, 85 by A. L. 

De Beroni's secret, V, 334- 

Dogs, *** , 108* 

Dorothy, V, 36 

Dress, 141 by 15; reform, 236 by 
314; taste, 257 by 718, 259 by 
532 

Drinking, 325 

Druukennes [ 313" Liquor q.] , statis- 
tics, 244 by 275 

Druses, *** , 36 

Dryden, J:, 158 by 189 

Du-Guay-Trouin, 160 by 408 

Dumesnil, A., 201* by 327 

Dupre, G., 35 

Dust, V, 167-78 by 323 

Dynamite, 105, 137 by 466 

Early-closing, 254 by 79 

Earthquakes, 97, 222 by 559; 
Java, 58 by 559 

East, (I[3"Asia, Orient 

Africa, ([i3"Rovuma 

Eastern question, 30, 156 by 359 ; 
Gr. Britain, 9; Italy, 264 by 699; 
Jews, 252 by 527; Russia, 17 

Ebers,G:, 17 

Eddas, 298 

Eddystone, 200* 

Ederaheim, 117 

Edgeworth, M., 82-3 

Education [Jgi" Culture, Schools, 
etc.], in England, 238 by 539; ***, 
158 by 488, 233 by 569; & helth, 
162 by 579, 270 by 521, 279 by 111 ; 
primary, cramming, 270 by 521; 
reform, 145, 149 by 187 ; religion 
in, 256 by 469, 257 by 172, 258 by 
290a & 579, 259 by 172, 260 by 469; 



secondary, 
church, 

in 

secondary. 
Eels, 1 



258 by 521, 296; 
60 by 88 
Scotland, 37 by 197; 

295 



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Egypt, after war, 223-7 by S6 ; fresh- 
water caual, 257 by 2S & 242; 
Copts, 59 by 10, 289; land q., 
51 by 384 ; prisons, 238 by 40 

, war of 1882, origin nat. party, 

257 by 511; war, 11, 12, 52, 112, 
276 by 237, 285^ »**, 134 by 109, 
253 by 70, 25G by 312 

Egyptian question, [|Ii3= Soudan] 
18, 37 by 529, 44 by 10, 46 by 676, 
48 by 724, 62 by 468, 67 by 203, 117, 
118, 127 by 496, 131 by 31, 132 by 
409, 133 by 118, 137, 139 by 280, 
140 by 608, 141 by 468, 143 by 51, 
144 by 365, 152 by 576, 170 by 445, 
252 by 193, 255 by 193, 262 by 595, 
274 by 55, 345; administration, 
5^**, 238; cont. hist., 152; 
finance, 46 by 10 & 326, 47 by 
387, 131 by 735,' 151 by 280, 275 & 
279 by 193; Fraiice in, 8, 256 by 
577; frontier, 275* by 31; govH, 
40, 54 by 10; turkish intrigues, 
144 by 90 

Egyptology, [|I^=- Thebes], 201 etc. 
by 319 

Eighteenth century, 259 by 317 

Elections [ (I[3" -Bribery ] . expenses, 
44 by 563, 143 by 284 

Electoral districts, 34, 70 by 238, 
71 by 72, 155 by 16, 291 

Electric liht, 209 by 668, 251 & 263 by 
106 

Electricity, applic, 2, 109, 212 etc. 
by 503 

"Eliot, Gl", & Shakspere, 16; 
children, 242 by 481 ; morality^ 337 
, J:, 220 by 564 

Elizabeth, queen, at Hatfield, 235-6 ; 
mariage, 179 by 219 

Ellis, W:, 158 by 488 

Elphiiistone, M., w, 119, 290 

Embalmers, 103 



Emerson, R. W., 126 by 152; io, 
141 by 517, 177 by 370, 296, 334 by 
710; **w, 182 by 626, 342 

Emigration, assisted, 2, 40 by 687, 
138 by 111, 251 by 687, 262 by 644, 
263 by 665, 278 by 524, 279 by 79, 
280 by 364, 290 ; women, 233 by 591 

Employers' liability act, 341 

Energy, conservation, 43 by 659 

England [Igi^Grr. Britain], history, 
early, 110, 118 ; invasions, 42 by 
249;" — 1637-42, 112, 283; — 
1701-1800, 111, 282; politics, local 
gov't [ 1E3= County — ] , 258-9 by 
568; society, 122 by 124; rural, 
149 by 378 ; ( middle-age ) 258 by 
378; "— 1782, 84 

English language, debasement, 184 by 
215; frase & inflection, 220; 
growth, 166 by 358 

literature, 1790-1835, w, 13, 

166 by 189; in education, 287; 
poetry, 282 

Ensilage, ' 244 by 587, 287 

Epicurus, 338 

Epithets, polit., 251 by 347 

Erskine, H:, w, 10, 113, 284, 341 

Ethics, w, 114 

Eton boy, #*» , 126 by 19 

Eugenie, fliht, 319 

Euripides, ft lo, 64 by 723 

Europe, jg" Continent ; — S. E., 
(I[3= Austi-ia, Danube 

Evolution, 42 by 559; & religion, 
45 by 149, 46 by 589; limit, 276 by 
491 " 

Examinations, 186 by 733 

Exchange no robbery, ^, 157 by 454 

Explosivs, 286 

Factoiy legislation, 262 by 232 

Fair-trade, 338 

Falkland, 131 by 123 

Family hist, by fotografs, 121 by 259 ; 



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by mesurement, 123 by 259; regis- 
ters, 140 by 259 ; primitiv, 57 by 
406 
Farming [ |Ii3= Agriculture ] life, 

western U. S., 30 

Farrar, F. W., 287 

Faust, 85, 185 by 628, 279 by 392 
Federal states, 275 by 174 
Fehmgericht, 191 by 522 

Fenianism, 4, 53 by 526 
Ferguson, J., 20 

,P., 9 

Ferrier, mis, 123 by 603 

Fiction, old & new, 63 by 337; relig- 
ious, 294; sea, 69 by 598 
Fiddlers, 3; V, 33 
Field of clotb of gold, 189 by 219 
Fiji, 53 by 283; *** , w, 22 
Filanthropy [^3^ Charity], 298 
Filology, counterseuse, 64 by 1 

Filosofy, christian, 59 by 45 

Finance [IS" Capital], british, 
280 by 136; U. S., (K^^Wall S't. 
Finland, 125 by 257 

Fish, 281; culture, 5; to reptil, 
89 by 8; for London, 263 by 549, 
284 
Fitzgerald, lord E:, wife, 326 

Fleurette, «/, 16 
Floods, 269 by 120 

Florence, mediae., 161 by 59 
Flowers, colors, 73 by 8; names, 

78 ; queer, 106 
Fog, "town", 337 

Folklore, [ (J^" Superstition ] 169-70 
by 69; animals, 88 by 23; (cats) 
171 by 207 ; dreams, 178 by 207 ; 
( nightmare ) 167 by 207 ; hang- 
man's rope, 162; soul, 190 by 207 
Food, 108; supply in war, 7 
Foreigners, english opinion of, 108 
Forestry, school, 70 by 436 

Forgeries, lit., 60 by 406 



"Fortnightly Review", 130 by 496 
Fotografs, family hist, by, 121 by 259 
Fotografy, progres, 203; use, 95 
Fox, Caroline, 121 by 496, 282, 339 

hunting, 262 by 177 

France, agric, 37 & 40 by 696; 

army, 136 by 46, 267* by 515 ; 
church, 150 by 62; constitution, 
revision, 246 by 577; education, 
47 by 637, 254 by 475, 259 by 650 ; 
finance, 39 by 701; forein policy, 
142 by 419; history, 323; history, 
[ IIl3" Ancien regime, etc.] 1852-70, 
ministers, 327; — 1870 revo., ^*^, 
316; coutemp., 43, 46, 50, 55, 58, 
63. 67 by 493, 114, 132 by 194, 340; 
polities, 60 by 409, 144 by 190, 
265 by 577; pres, 92-3; society, 
1501-1600, 190 by 310; 1871-83, 229 
Franchise [US' Suffrage], british, 
128 by 253, 134 by 241, 147 by 89 ; 
bil, 34, 117, 118, 119, 146 by 16; 
( agitation ) 153 by 132, 279 by 80, 
348; & taxation, 30; & Ireland, 
65 by 655 
Franzos, K: E., 11, 98 
Free tho't. continental, 38 by 426 

trade, (JlS" Protection 

French literature, 1701-1820, 129 by 

603; 1840-5, **#, 319; cout., V, 

15, 20 

revolution, 109, 281; w, 113 

Friars, coming of, 263 by 378 

Friendly societies, 148 by 67, 337 
Fruit-trees & par. oil, 267 by 206 

Funerals, scotch, 338 by 459 
Fuses, E:, 110 

Future life, 264 by 543, 344 

Gaelic legends, 83 

Gambetta, 50, 51 by 317, 52 by 
172, 86, 131, 134, 258 by 577 
Gambling, 80, 151 by 151 

Game-laws, 13°" Poaching 



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Ganges, ***, 195 by 167 
Gardening, 183 by 420; kitchen, 

190 by 584 
Gardens, 79 

Garibaldi, 173 by 76; ***, 164-5 by 

69, 204* by 321, 239 by 470 
Garrison, W. L., 122 by 512 

Genealogy, \^^ Pedigrees 
Genesis, 293 

Geneve, church, 44 by 250 
Geografy, fysical, 211 by 556 
George, Hi, 47 by 409, 113, 272 by 

14, 285 

George III,, 127 by 388 

,V., 311 

Gerard, E. D., 3 

Germ theory, 75 by 559, 270 by 125 

German literature, jews in, 305 by 
214; ^/, 17 

Germany, frayeZs in, (S.) 71 by 409; 
forests, 8; army, 142 by 87, 
264 by 353; nont. history, 56, 
64 & 71 by 265; politics, liberal, 
132 by 101, 246 by 69; society, 
*** , 331 

Geysers, ***, 106, 247 by 244 

Ghosts, 61 by 282, 69 by 282, 273 & 
275 by 303 & 505 

Giant's robe, -/, 91-103 

Gipsies, 190 by 370; **», 207 

Glacier exped., 105 

Gladstone, at school, etc., 314, 317, 
318; pol. character, 5, 33, 155, 
249 by 80, 294; foreiu policy, 7, 
281, 283, 284, 291 

Goethe, 68, 70 & 71 by 617; to, 12; 
wisdom, 226 

Gold, coinage, Gr. B., 286; produc- 
tion. 344; worship, 68 by 533 

Golden shaft, V, 197-208 by 269 

Goose-gras, 77 by 8 

Gordon, A. L., 326 

,G:, religion, 151 by 467; 



exped,, 32, 66; & slavery, 71 by 
256 
Gortchalcof, 136 by 213 

Government [ ^H^ Politics ] , inter- 
ference by, 62, 64-6 by 649; origin, 
45 by 737 
Gower, lord E., 344 

Grant family, w, 119 

Graubiiuden, wine, 85 

Great african mystery, 7 

Great-Britain, finance, 136 by 735, 
146 & 260 by 436, 280 by 136, 289 ; 
taxation, 30; forein policy, 150, 
154; catholic ch., 148 by 84; 
France, 20, 146 by 142; — 'l793, 
134 by 97; history, geo\., 235 by 
266; politics, [fj^^ Liberals, 
Parliament, Tories ] 151 by 471, 
246 by 68; ***, 156 

ethiopian mys., V, 19 

men's relativs, 81 

Greece, travels, 321 

Greeks [ |]J3= Archaeology ] , under 
Romans, 71 by 249; names,. 247 
by 333 

Green, J: R:, 53by321, 137 by 267; 
10, 118 

, T. H., 41 by 99 & 506 

Greg, W. B., 258 by 478 

Grcville, H:, 329, 344 

Grignan, de, 87 by 196a 

Gloth, K., 120 

Gwyn, Nel, 183 by 153 

Haig tiimily, w, 110 
Halevy, L., 15, 20 

Hamilton, Emma, 334 

, Janet, 222 

Hamlet saga, 256 by 221 
Hanging, 142 by 299 

Hansom amateur, v, 7 
Han way, J., 181 by 703 

Harcourt, S., 234 by 357 

Hardy, T:, 342 



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Harrison, F:, Hw, 158 by 303 
Hatherley, lord, 343 

Hawaiian ilands, 178 by 167 
Hawkins, E:, 288 

Hay ward. A., 147 by 216, 148; lo, 

330 
Health [ Jj^" Sanitary laws], 

children's, 157 by 579; resorts, 

(I[3^ Riviera 
Heaven & hel, classical, 343 
Hebrides, praehist., 8; cal701, 74 
Hedgehogs, 185 by 584 

Heffter, A. G., 119 

"Heimburg, W.," 17 

Heine, 42 by 392, 243 by 463; letters, 

275 by 631 ; iv, 167 by 370 
Hellenism, 139 by 682 

Henry VII. & pope, 117 

H^rakles, 346 

Herder, 130 by 666 

Herodotos, 118 

Herring, 204-5* 

Herrick, R., 317 

Hervey, lady M.. (L.), 336 

Hessen, french villages, 244 by 680 
Heth & Moab, 118 

High court of justice, 257 by 334 

Highlands of Scotland, 9, 30, 293, 

295; land q., 51 by 563, 72 by 434, 

258 by 14, 260 by 66, 275 by 268, 

277 by 116, 279 by 14, 299 ; people, 

***, 324 ; sport, 192 by 18 
Hildebrand, 43 by 426 

History, 243 by 617 ; between anc. & 

mod., 65 by 249 
Hobbes, T :, 152 by 338 

Hogg, J., 6, 9 

Holland, travels, 11, 226-7* by 315; 

winter, 197* by 558 
Holy grail, 184 by 69 

Honduras, travels, 25-9 

Honeysuclvle, 188 by 8 

Hope-Scott, w, 28, 290 



Horatius, loH, 3 

Horses, arab, 273 by 70 

Hospitals [ |I]3=Loudon] , 259 by 102 ; 

military, 139 by 258 ; nurses, 182 by 

63 
Houses, old, 195 by 420 

Ho wells, W: D., 13, 327, 348 
Huber, V:A., 208 by 383 



Hugo, V: 



142 bv 667 



Huguenots in Germany, **#, 244 by 

680 
Humanists, 342 

Hunt, L., #**, 19S 

Hunter, J :, 198*, 207 
Hutchinson, Lucy, 7 

Hymnology, mediaj., 283 

Iceland, ^w, ' 8 
Illustration, 145 by 721 

Impressionists, 133 by 721 

Inconsistency, ^*^ , 318 

India, what we can learn from, 46 by 
501 

, agricultm-e, 152 by 10; 270 by 

243; architecture, w, 112; courts, 
nativ judges, 54 by 339, 55 by 560, 
57 by 339; english & crim. juris- 
diction, 140 by 461; finance, 
164 by 735, 146 k 18, 263 by 387, 
272-3 by 387, 278 by 21 ; currency, 
63 by 557; forein relations, 67 by 
640; Russia, 31; government, 
62 by 640, 117, 141 by 639, 2G4 by 
510, 266 by 653; local, 51 by 676, 
345; representativ, 19, 48 by 529, 
138 by 389, 261 by 280, 266 by 37 ; 
history, hvit. coiiquQst, 339; cont., 
287, 337-48; landXegia., 149 by 119, 
152 by 70; railways, 270 by 243; 
society, 309 

, people, & europeans, 56 by 



305, 337; race-hatred, 128 by 529, 

154 by 70; mohammedanism, 

155 by 70, 252 by 9; pilgrims. 



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196 by 167 ; princes, 142 by 298 ; 

smels, 307; truthfulnes, 47 by 501 
Industrial edncatiou, 276 by 648; 

England, 37 by 334; U.S., 68 by 

580; women, 43 by 40 
Insanity, increase, 54 by 502, 148 by 

155 
Insects, 195 by 8 ; & flowers, 40 by 287 
Instinct, 277 by 589 

Institutions, early, w, 116 
International law, w, 119; ancient, 

50, 60 Ijy 416 
Investments, scotch, abroad, 34 
lone Stewart, V, 313-24 by 430 

Irish, what they read, 274 by 329 

language, 297 

question, 2, 32, 41 by 346 & 

644, 109, 127 by 489, 126 by 268, 
145 by 644, 163, 186, 189, 250 by 
296, 252 by 279, 267 by 296, 282; 
history, 1641, 120; — 1800, 42 by 
176; — 1845-9, 343; — 1848-83, 123, 
268-9 by 202 ; liberals, 155 by 326, 
255 by 496; tories, 143 by 326, 
278 by 329 ; dynamite in, 148 by 
195; industry, 215; home-rule, 
42 by 231, 43 by 192 & 502, 133 by 
235, 250 by 68 & 444, 251 by 644; 
provincial, 64 by 434; substitutes 
for j«?7/ trial, 125 by 414; murder 
societies, 52 by 547; pauperism 
[ffi^" Emigration], 259 by 424; 
land, 141 by 318, 143 by 284, 
265 by 296; act, 62 by 499, 157 by 
91, 251 by 56; judic. rents, 42 by 
619, 250 by 682, 255 by 211; labor- 
ers, 256 by 27; landlords, 37 by 
464, 39 by 416, 251 by 56 

Irving, E:, 221-3* 

, H:, 142 by 596, 153 by 596, 

234, 240 by 596 
Isaiah, 260-i by 19 
Ischia, 265 by 599 



Islam, prim, policy, 48 by 280; cali- 
fate, 49, 110; saints, 56 by 426; 
future, 121 by 70, 146 by 149 
Istria, travels, 176 by 95 

Italian literature, renas., 283 
lt-d\\, travels (S.), 67 by464; ap-rjc, 
115, 123 by 484; history, med. 
cities, 159 "by 669, 191-2 by 430; 
cont., 52 by 698, 59 & 63 by 71, 
137 & 277 by 699, 284; industry, 
42 by 421 ; land q., 115 ; pesants, 
90, 115 

Jacobites, 299 

James, [([^=" Jayme], H'., 3, 327 
Japan, church, 328 

Jayme I., 118 



Jesus, w. 



117 



Jewels, 113" Precious-stones 
Jews [ 113" Judaism "1 , persecution, 

114; polish, j,,**, 11, 98; in Syria, 

21 
Johnson, S :, 156 by 285 

Jordan-valley canal, 21 

Juan of Austria, 260-1 by 254; . w, 

115 
Judaism, 45 by 494, 47 by 139, 152 by 

741, 255 by 644; human sacrifice, 

267 by 745 
Judges, scotch, 166 by 561 

Juggernaut, 163 by 638 

Jury system, JiS" Crime, Ireland 

Kachyens, 82 

Kairwan, 1 

Kanakas, 126 by 740, 129 by 374 
Kant, 113; to, 149 by 292, 339 
Keltic lit., *** , S3 

Kemble, F.. A.. , **w, 283, 310 
Kentucky, nativs, 77 

Kept in the dark, ^, 201-8 by 684 
Kerry, 171 by 411 

Ketteler, W : E. von, 207 

Kingsley, C:, 206 by 383; le, 40 by 
383 



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Kioto, 101 
Kompert, 128 by 213 

Kuliuanu, E .. , 215 

Lab6doyere, 157 by 446 

Labor question, [ (131° Co-op- 
eratiou, l*oor, Trades-unions ] , 
246 by 679 ; arbitration, 52 by 23 ; 
wages, 278 by 361 ; future, 155 by 
713 
Lace, Nottingham, 10 

Ladies Lindores, V, 4-17 by 528 
Lady Jane, V, 197-202 by 528 

"Lady Maud", the, V, 159-66 by 598 
Laghetto, 182 by 457 

Laissez-faire, [[i3°" Gov't 
Lalanne, 222* 

Lamb, C :, 161 by 189 

,ladyC., 188 by 643 

Lamennais, 205 by 371 ; lo, 40 by 383 
Land-question, [[53" Agriculture, 
Irish q., Peasant-prop's, Tenant- 
riht, Yeomanry], 39 by 67, 47 by 
409, 60 by 645, 113, 146 by 146, 
246 by 679, 272 by 14, 275 by 268 ; 
laws, 241 by 552; England, 130 by 
52, 250 by 235, 253 by 264, 267 by 
440, 280 by 364; — 1883 act, 
262 by 52, 266 by 417, 343; taxa- 
tion, 256 by 651 ; tuscan system, 
173 by 530 
L[andon],L. E., 178 by 234 

Last words of Barrable, -%/, 34 
Latin literature, medias., keltic hymns, 

294 
Lauderdale, 290 

Law [(Ii3= Institutions], 43 by 282; 
criminal [[[i3" Crime], IS, 118, 
248 by 653 
— — , enghsh, codification, 346-7; 

history, 115 
Lawlesnes, eng., *** , 169 by 308 
Lawrence, lord, w, 136 by 518, 
183 by 208, 286 



Lawson, Cecil, 
Legislation, 
Leitch, W: L., 
Leo XIII., policy. 



15 
Gov't 

217-8* 
68 by 73 



Leprosy, 276-7 by 403 

Leslie, T. E. C, 344 

Lewis, poverty, 181 by 167 

Lhermite, L., 205* 

Liberals, [ [[^^ Kadicals ] policy, 

249 by 80 & 588; social disciplin, 

138 
Libraries, private, 167 by 717 

Liddon, canon, 335 

Life, human, ideal, 158 by 303; loss 

at sea, 271 by 85 ; race &, 165 by 

579 
Light & color, 266 by 340 

Lightning conductoi's, 119 

Lincolnshire, wolds, 80 

Lindsay family, 302 

Linnell, J:, 15 

Lion, 188 by 586; in Europe, 44 by 

184 
Liquor trafic, legislation, 152 by 4; 

Russia, 253 by 522 
Liszt, 116 

Literature, [ (Ii3" Analogies, Sensi- 
bility], classification, 278 by 385; 

decay, 83; & politics, 266 by 682; 

unknown public, 258 by 746; & 

science, 252 by 19 ; style, 150 by 

442 
Little pilgrim, V, 237, 241 by 528 

world, V, 18-19 

Littr6, 111 

Livelihoods, 30, 35, 260, 263 by 227 

Liverpool, cathedral, 280 by 228; 

poor, 261 by 645 
Lockhart, L. [M. W.] , t, 5 

, J : G., 6-7 

London, 37 by 158; govH, 38 by 614, 

39 by 339, 66 by 128, 139 by 233, 

291 ; livery co's, 275 by 165 ; hos- 



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pitals, 162 by 570 ; poor, 55 by 
349, 60 by 404 & 489, 62 by 348. 
474 & 502, 221-2; & church, 69 by 
404, 221; dwellings, 130 by 93, 
216, 242 by 541, 252 by 165, 268 by 
20. 273, 336 & 620," 269 by 165, 
273 by 473, 289; playgrouuds, 
240 by 343; public-works, 255 by 
417; school-hourd, 255 by 111; 
statues &Taiouu., 269 by 417; water 
supply, 153 by 49, 264 by 246 

Longevity, 104 

Longfellow, 202 by 319 ; m, 133 by 517 

Long-parliament, descendants, 160 by 
293 

Lord of all, V, 158 by 477 

Lords, house of, 32, 68 by 682, 
69 by 644, 120, 125 by 388, 129 by 
129, 149, 150 by 92, 152 by 587, 
154 by 289, 276 "by 32, 351, 440, 
602 & 650, 277 by 44, 292, 336; 
history, 134 by 249; reform, 70 by 
249, 71 by 99, 153 by 16 & 400, 
156 by 289, 269 by 204 "& 388, 277 
by 440 

Lourdes, 104 

Lucca. **j^ , 319 

Lucretius, 338 

Luther, 55-6 by 254, 189 by 69, 
219 by 428, 272 by 688, 297, 345 

Luxemburg q., 1866-7, — 240 by 661 

LyelUsirC:, 121 by 8, 281 

Lyudurst. w, 26. 118, 145 by 388, 
194 by 234, 345 

Lytton, baron, w. 27, 145 by 175 

Macaulay, 295 

Machiavelli, 147 by 731;- lo, 
167 by 487 
Mackensie, Colin, 199 by 678 

Macmillau, D., 312 

Madagascar, 59 by 624; travels, 304; 
english slave in, 301; frencb in, 
49 by 630, 264 by 281 



Magda's cow, V. 30 

Mahdi, 9, 149 by 260, 228-9 by 647, 

273 by 657 ; in Egypt, 27 
Maine, H: S., 116 

Malay arch., 290 
Malatesta family, 114 

Malibran, ^% , 305 

Malmesbury mem., 120 

Malvern. 32 

Man [[[[3°' Evolution], primitiv, 

129 by 8; future, 261 by 584 
Manasseh Ben Israel, 230 by 463 

Manchester canal, 52 by 313 

Mar, house of, 3 

Marcus-Aurelius, 125 by 505 

Margaret, s't, 298 

Margate, 235 by 433 

Marie-Theresia & F: IL, w, 114 
Marines, 261 by 611 

Blario, 327 

Mariage [13° Sexes], french law, 

206 
Martineau, H., 97 by 542 

Mary Stuart, 121 by 667 

Tudor, 302 

Massillon, 292 

Materialism, 256 by 282 & 589 

Maurice, F:, w, 28; 63 by 182, 119, 

148 by 222, 226* by 362, 273 by 629, 

298 
Mazarin, 285 

Medical education, gov't supervision. 

27, 29, 270 by 363; Scotland, 294 

science, 114; progres, 287 

Mediterranean, moslem pirates. 81 
Medusa, V, 57 by 294 
Melbourne, library, 235 by 247 

, lord, 269 by 160 

Memory, loss, 91 

Menteith. Ill 

Merchant-shipping, 59 & 61 by 574, 

64 by 423 
Merivale family, w, 120 



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Merry men, -J, 78-9 

Merton abbey, 191 by 708 

college, hist., 133 & 253 by 91 

Merv, w, 113; near, 306 
Mesmerism, 266 by 303 

Metafysics, »** , 26 by 422 

Metastasio, 175 by 445 

Meteorologj^ mt., 201-2*, 214 

Mexico, ^w, 286; travels, 254 by 

244; railways, 134 by 607 
Meyerljeer, 309 

Middle-age, rural life, 258 by 378 

clas, rise, 38 by 502 

Mill, J., 124 by 496, 236 by 663 

, J: S., 236 by 663 

Millais, 127 by 43 

Millet, J. F., 75 

Millionaire, V, 16-24 

3Elton, 291 

Mind & body, 196 by 734 

Miuglay, 219* 

Ministerial responsibility, 68 

Mint, 286 

Mlrabeau, 176 by 61 

Miracles, modern, 254 by 540, 255 by 

255, 257 by 612 
Mission women, 280 by 311 

Mitford, M.. R., 96 by 542 

Mivart, S., 54 by 589 

Modjeska, 309-13 by 425 

Mohammed, 251 by 732 

Mohammedanism, 313" Islam, Mahdi 
Moltke in Syria, 1839 — , 242 by 213 
Monastery life, mediaeval, 269 by 

378; ital., 77 by 669; modern, 

278 by 141 
Money [|I[3= Gold, etc.. Wealth], 

38 by 557, 248 by 627, 249 by 293 
Monkeys, 39 by 706, 181-2 by 734 
Monselet, C:, 315 

Montagu, E.. (R.), 335 

Montepulclano, 159 by 669 

Montlosier, 281 



Monuments & statues, London, 269 by 

417 
Moon, 39 & 172 by 559 

Mormons, 269 by 36 

Morocco, 152 by 715 ; travels, 12, 22 
Morris, W'., - on art, 126 by 634; 

Ho, 44 by 406 
Mothers of great men, 286 

Mozart, 5, 146 by 652 
Mozley, T:, **^(;, 8, 112, 242 by 58, 

283, 341 
Mt6sa, 20 

Miihlhausen, 47 by 705 

Muggleton, L., 276 by 378 

Murder, polit., 148 by 195 

Museums, local, 208 
Music, *** , 184-90 by 321 ; imper- 
sonality & evo., 48 by 415; schools, 
251 by 57 

, royal acad. of, 252 by 451 

Musicians, »**, 304 

Mynors, A. C. B., 126 by 19 

Mysteries, ^^^ Passion-plays 
Mysticism, mod., 153 by 426 

Mythology, [|I[3" Folklore, Sun], 
245 by 501; solar & lunar, 82 
ames, 180 by 83; persons, 74; 
168 by 83; english, 



N 



places, 
76 by 8 
Naples, life, 
Nasmyth, J., 



76, 

**w. 



314 



114, 286 
Natural history, **# , 171 by 167 

religion, 45 by 182, 112, 

131 by 505, 209 by 113, 244 by 81, 

253 by 635, 274 by 403, 284 

Nature & science, 118; sketches of, 

163 by 561 
Navy, british, 71 by 574, 110, 257 by 
20; admin., 279 by 20 



Necker, mrs.. 



348 



Nerves, 124 by 125 

New-Abelard, ^, 179-90 by 100 
New-England village, 35 



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Newgate, 126 by 299 

New-Guinea, annexion, 140 by T02, 

263 by 686 
Newman, J : H : , 65 by 362, 338 
New-Mexico, travels. 3 

Newspapers, 151 by 77 

New-testament, revision, 39 by 222, 

281, 282; greek article, 43 by 66 
New-York, immigrants, 278 by 524 
New-Zealand, helth-resort, 106 

Nibelungenlied, 77 & 183 by 69 

Nice, vallons, 24 

Nicknames, 179 by 526 

Nigbtingales in poetry, 86 by 63a 

Nihilists, 63 by 656, 125 by 399, 

235 by 157; female, »*», 107 by 656 
Nineteenth century, 124 by 317 

Nizam, relm, 14S by 284 

No new thing, ^, 76-90 by 519 
Northampton, Mass., 35 

Northcote, Sir H., at Eton, 325 

Norway, §w, 109, 111; travels, 

153 by 368, 224-5* by 173, 238 by 

17 ; glaciers, **» , 105 ; hunting, 305 
Nova Zemba, sport, 21 

Novels, [[[^y Fiction 
Nubar, 152 

Numbers, 272 by 19 

Oaths, [ US" Blasfemy , Parlia- 
ment ] 195 by 455 
Observatories, mt., 120 



Offence, taking, 



103 



Oil, su43ply, 33; on waves, 248 by 167 
Oldtiekl, A., 168 by 153 

Old lady Mary, V, 25 by 528 

Old-Testament in chr. ch., 202 & 204 

by 647 
Open door, V, 1 by 528 

Opie, A., 94 

Opinion, |I[3° Toleration 
Opium trade, 40 by 431, 246 by 690, 

247 by 13 
Opposition, [[[3= Parliament 



Oratory, art, 274 by 5 

Ordnance survey, 338 

Orfanages, scotch, 202 

Orient, religion, 122 by 439 

Osborne, [R.] B., 154 by 216, 333 

Ostia, 76 

Overwork, 205 by 239 

Oxford, 1647-58, 284; curriculum, 

reform, 149 by 159 

movement [ (l[3°" Mozley ] , 

53 by 534 

Pacific, nativs, 126 by 740 

Paginini, **w, 160 by 59 

Pailleron, E:, 327 

Pain, 65 by 239 

Painters & patrons, 264 by 625 
Palestine [(C^" Syria], anc, 72 by 

148; explor., 118 
Panama canal, 110 

Paradise, ideas of, 27, 144 by 406 ; 

site, 254 by 745 
Paris, commune, 117 ; gov't, 51 by 

304 ; pres, 253 by 577 ; workmen, 

212 by 63 
Parliament [[[3" Commons, etc], 

***, 156; oaths, 252 by 627, 253 by 

469 ; functions of opposition, 172 by 

438, 257 by 92 & 265, 259 by 388 
Party gov't, [ (J^" Ministerial re- 

spon.] , 245 by 644, 247 by 388 
Pasque, E., 17 

Pasteur, 111 ; xv, 75 by 559 
Patent law, british, 339 

Paul, emp., 329 

,s't, 287, 297; w, 210 by 45 

Pawnbroking, 285 

Peacocks, 186 by 739 

Pearla, V, 209-20 by 214 

Peasant-proprietors, 37, 40 «& 48 by 

696, 121 by 754 
Pedigrees, english, 115 

Peebleshire, 228* 

Peel, sir R., 250 by 644 



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Penal servitude, 56 by 183 

Peutock, v", 2-3 

Perez, A., 260-1 by 254 

Peril, V, 325-36 by 240 



Perilous secret, ^, 



333-8 



Persian lit., *** , 87, 180 by 554 
Pessimism, 249 by 426 

Peter the Great, 291 

Philip II., 260-1 by 254 

Philistia, 191 by 555 

Philological soc. dictionary, 166 by 

358 
Plagiarism, (H^" Resemblances 
Planets, 170 by 559 

Plants, 187 by 734; without earth, 

201 & 203 by 327 
Poaching, 57 by 561 

. Poe, E. A., 320 

Poetry, "false coin", 6; criticism, 

37 by 24 ; patriotic, 242 by 709 

of middle-age, 61 by 415 

Poisons, sale, 239 by 354 ; in common 

things, 206, 208 
Poland, pesants, »*# , 21 
Police, detectiv, 261 by 483; french, 

234 by 483 ; London, 239 by 483 
Politics, [13° Party, Representa- 
tion], history, 128-30 & 133 by 552; 

ideal, 147 by 330; &r religion, 55 by 

469 
Political economy, heterodox, 344 
Polynesia, ([i^" Pacific 
Poor, [(Ii3= Emigration, Labor q.], 

children, 125 by 592; emigration, 

261 by 645 ; & christ. rel., 213 by 
664; in cities, [ ([i3" London ] , 

262 by 351, 271 by 378, 289, 298, 
345; remedies, 61 by 544, 128 by 
39, 142 ; recreations, 145 by 295, 
273 by 336, 278 by 540; future, 22, 
147 & 150 by 735, 275 by 268, 285 ; 
relief, 260 by 41 ; sick, 92, 260 by 
163; loomen, 145 



Pope, Alex., 120 

Portland, ile, 84 

Portrait art, renascence, 89 by 415 

Portugal, travels, 142 by 290 

Positivism, 52 by 172, 275 by 649, 

277 by 317, 279 by 649 
Potato disease, 230 

Potemkin, 302 

Pottery, 62 by 751 

Prserafaelites, 161 by 513 

Preachers, popular, 328 

Precious stones, myths, 96 

Prisoners, discharged, how to aid, 51 

by 700; gov't of, 172 by 585 
Prisons, french, 79 

Privateers, law, 252 by 409 ; french, 

159-60 
Professions, (I[3° Livelihoods 
Progres, 124 by 317 

Property, 199-200 by 172 

Prostitution, Paris, 342 

Pi-otection, in Australia, 123 by 26; 

in U. S., 1. 233 by 548, 246 by 679 
Proven§al literature, 90 

Public opinion, m'f'g., 262 by 377; 

ancient, 155 by 372 

speaking, art, 274 by 5 

works [ |]I3" London ] , mis- 
management, 132 by 652 

Pueblos, 243 by 662 

Pulci, L. (lei, 78 

Punishment [([[2i^ Penal serv., Prison- 
ers, Sentences ] , capital, 142 by 
299; of boys, ***, 19 

Purgatory, 58 by 605 

Pusey, d'r, 135 by 671, 209* & 211 by 
621, 284 

Pushkin, 342 

Puss in boots, 257 by 567 

Pyramids, 176 by 559 

Pyrenees, 204*, 206* 

Quebec, 200* 

Queensland, planters, 129 by 374 



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Quotations, bible, 331; french, 193 
by 685 

Racbel, 9, 2GS by 392 
Racine, 345 

Eadiation, 53 l)y 692 

Radicals, policy, 133 by 597, 135 by 
330 & 400, 139 by 68, 145 by 402, 
146 by 400; agitation, 289; pro- 
gram, 140-4; reform, 50 by 16, 
59 by 172 

Railways, british, &, gov't, 160 by 
150 ; rates, equalisation, 128 by 
224; & trade, 71 by 50, 164 by 150; 
servants, 255 by 316; trains, 

■ speed, 325; workmeus, 136 by 110 

Rain, 203* 

Rainbows, 270 by 692 

Ralegh, sir W., 185 by 219 

Raphael, w, 113 

Rattlesnakes, 194 by 366 

Reade, C :, 65 by 572, 175 by 441, 
176 by 530, 332-3 by 143; w, 154 by 
159, 174 by 63, 278 by 667 

Reading, 334 by 156 

R6camier, mrs., 348 

Recreation, 268 by 531 

Redistribution, |lj3= Electoral dis- 
tricts 

Red-sea, »**, 81 

Reeves, S., 315 

Reform [(Ii3" Great-Britain, politics] , 
of 1832, 133 by 192, 340 

Reformation in Germany, 342 

Religion [ 313= Agnosticism, Death, 
Natural — , Science,. Skepticism, 
Worship], 269 by 649; changes, 
j^**, 338; comparativ, 6, "274 by 
501; filosofy, 40 by 220; future, 
49-50 by 426 ; primitiv, 162 by 406 

Eemhrn,ndt, 52 by 327 

Renan, **w, 56 by 182, 297, 244 

Representation, minority, 60 by 616, 
63 by 724, 65 by 417, 270 by 325, 



272 by 20 & 436, 280 by 297, 345, 
346 

Resemblances, lit., 11, 169 by 526 

Revolutionary parties [ [[i3" Nihil- 
ists ] , 45-6 by 69, 136 by 409 

Richardson, S:, 58 by 682 

Richelieu, 292 

Ritualism, & courts, 233 by 229 

River pollution, 340 

Riviera [([3="Cervo, St. Jeannet, 
etc.] , 29, 122 by 750 

Roberts, sir F:, w, 24 

Robin, -y, 201-12 

Robsart, Amy, 247 by 369 

Robsou, F :, 172 by 153 

Rodriques, 237 by 38 

Roger, G., 312 

Roland, mrs., 16 

, chanson de, 245 by 403 

Roman camps, 238 by 341 

empire, local gov't, 243 by 660 

Rome, life, 215-16 

, campagna, 262 by 151 

Bosmini, 127 by 180, 290. 
Rossetti, D. G., *w, 15, 50 by 562, 

259 by 719, 262 by 43; +ic, 43 by 

621, 86 by 505, 110, 159 by 48, 

233 by 669 
Rossini, 306 
Rothenburg, 335 

Rother, the, 216* 

Rothesay, duke, 18 
Roumania [ (1^3° Danube J , pesants 

& songs, 254 by 386 
Rovuma, 200, 202* 
Royal academy, [Jj^^Art ex.], 

education, 144 by 209 

G:, 206* 

Ritgeu, 333 by 214 

Rumford, 55 by 692 

Russia, history, cont., 57 by 656; 

politics, 149 by 446; prisons, ^*^, 

50 by 407, 262 by 399, 257 by 399 ; 



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races, 287; society, 124 by 410, 
134 by 146 

Saalburg, 238 by 341 

Sachs, H., 171 by 35 

St. Albans, boke, 73 by 717 

St. Andrews univ., 162-3 by 621 

St. Gothard r'way, 206* 

St. Jeannet, 193 by 457 

St. Petersburg, life, 333; prison, 

202 by 399 
Salic law, 122 by 465 

Salisbury, marquis, 152, 154 

Salmon, 14, 197 by 244, 228, 265 by 177 
Salvation army, 44 by 74, 139 & 179, 

45 by 469; ***, 212 
Salvini, 331 by 390 

Samotbrake, 41 by 663 



Samson mvth. 



346 



" Sand, G:," in Berry, 305; **w, 113 

San Francisco, 189 by 167 

Sanitary laws, enforcement, 271 

Savoie, lakes, 264 by 405 

Sceneiy, 283 

Schliemann, 148 by 372 

Schools, [(I[3°" Education], english, 
^%, 271 by 82; boarders & day, 
69 by 714; clergymen as hedmas- 
ters, 265 by 540 

Schoolships, 219 

Schopenhauer, 249 by 426 

Schubert, 116 

Schumann, R., 316 

Science, limits, 51 by 212 ; & moral- 
ity, 38 by 644; & religion, [(1^= 
Agnosticism ] , 42 by 544, 45 by 
149, 59 by 45, 60 by 644, 69 by 45, 
131 by 505, 274 by 403, 339 

Scotland [ ([i3° Highlands ] , travels, 
322; archce., 295; history, 1660- 
85, 290, 1701-1800, 296, 298; 
moors, 81; politics, home-rule, 
25, 257 by 173, 296; minister for, 
298 ; sport, " 26 



Scotch in England, 77 by 658 

language, 116, 299 

literature, border ballads, 4 

troops in France, 294, 298 

Sculpture, proces, 180 by 234; anc, 

160 by 161, 284: mod., equest., 

148 by 285 
Scrofula hospital, 235 by 433 

Seals, 288 

Seamen, (0°" Merchant-shipping 
Sebastian, don. 111 

Sebastopol, siege, ^%, 305 
Secret-societies, France, 133 by 536 
Seeley, J : R :, ffio, 45 by 182, 244 by 

81 
S6nancour, 74 

Sensibility, 129 by 603 

Sentences, inequality, 138 by 201, 

235 by 90, 265 by 255 
Sepoys in Egypt, 182 by 78 

Serbia, cont. history, 38 by 522, 57 by 

375 
Servants, society for befriending, 75 
Sexes, inequality, 347; & christ. rel., 

68 by 182 
Shaftesbury, 341 
Shakspere, 54 by 112, 209 by 367, 

250 by 553; Salvini on, 192 by 753; 

sonnets, 30, 276 by 455; Hamlet, 

49 by 418; Imogen, 13 by 476; 

Juliet, 1-2 by 476, 280 by 442; 

Othello, 331 by 390; Rosalind, 

34 by 476 
Sharp, J., 299 

Shelley, 112, 311 by 606, 341; & 

Byron, 264 by 254; to, 291; early, 

69 by 200 

, mrs., at Pisa, 301 

Sheridan, T :, 158 by 554 

Shetland, 231 

Shooting, 132 by 388, 268 by 177; 

wild, 87 
Shorthouse, J: H:, 3, 161 by 261 



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Siberia, 157 by 522; exiles, 2G8 4& 271 

by 399 
Sibjiline leaf, V, 16 
Sicily, travels, 198-9*, 201*, 203* by 
315, 326 by 430; ancient, 245 by 
398; modern, customs, 335 by 
430 
Sick-help societies, 148 by 67; con- 
valescents' home, 237 by 492 
Siddons, mrs., 237 by 376 

Siege of London, V, 85-6 by 369a 
Siena, 51 by 122, 77 by 669, 321 
Silver question, 249 by 293 ; India, 

63 by 557 
Simon, J., 114 

Magus, 346 

Simony. 244 by 178 

Singing, 261 by 356 

Sirens, 263 by 545 

Sisterhoods, 276 by 683 

Skepticism, religious, 31 
Skobelef , 130 by 590 

Skye, 318, 321 ' 

Slavery [ 13° Kanakas ] , in Egypt, 
71 by 256, 135 by 251 ; India, 135 by 
251; Madagascar, 264 by 281 

Smith, Goldicin, on Ireland, 146 by 
523; on Spencer, 39 by 649 

,H: J. S., 137 by 272 

Snails, 191 by 8 

Snakes, 115 

Socialism, 52 by 409, 70 by 670. 272 by 
91, 340; England, 288, 289; Ger- 
many, 156 by 383; christian, 37 by 
563, 205-8 by 383; "state", 229 by 
383 

Society [(H^" England, etc., society] , 
customs, 301 

Sociology, (Ii3=" Customs 

Soldiers' homes, 211 by 349 

Songs. 280 by 455 

Sophokl^s, 25, 150 by 108 

Sorrento, 218* 



y 142)9Sv 

' 61 by X^ 



Soudan, [ |ig= Gordon, C:, Malidi], 
147 by 290; ***, 34, 101 by 
274 by 447 ; war, 29 ; future 
31, 64 by 609, 154 by 185 

South-Africa [ 313° Angra-Pequena, 
Basuto, Transvaal, Zulus], «& Gr. 
B., 43 by 720, 61 by 456, 

124 by 25, 144 by 225, 260 by 456 

Southern-States (U. S.), 59 by 279 

Southey, R., & C. Bowles, 158 

Spain, cont. history, 143 by 230 

Spanish literature, mod., 291 

Speaker's commentary, 284 

Spencer, H., [(Ii3" Agnosticism], 
114, 117, 179 by 559 

Spiders, ***, 172 by 739 

S piritism [ (I3=" Telepathy ] , 140 by 
198; **#, 17 

Sport, [ (I[3" Angling, Shooting, etc.] , 
in Germany, 8 

Spynie, loch, 299 

Stiiel, 113 

Stage, english, history, 115; censor- 
ship, 346; &lit., 139-40 by 442; 
school, 248 by 5, 249 by 104, 341 ; 
contemp., 134 by 126, 233, 258 by 
721, 265 by 381, 286, 306 by 721 ; 
**», 334; "realism", 143 by 738 

Stanley, A. P.. 197 by 58; io, 47 by 
222 

Stars, 84 by 559 ; mist, 177 by 559 ; 
names, 73 

Sterzlng, 207* 

Stoics, 337 

Stratford de Redcliffe, 305, 308, 310, 
312 

Struensee, 340 

Stuarts, fall, 110 

Suez canal, control, 56 by 576, 128 by 
568, 139 by 344, 140 by 716, 143 by 
713, 256 by 205, 264 by 193, 269 by 
462 

Suffolk, 86 by J. S. 



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Sufirage, income, 
Sugar boimties, 
Suicide, increase, 
Sumptuary laws, 



268 by 543 
155 by 26, 291 
54 by 502 
62 by 649 



Sun, 77 by 559, 248 by 633; corona, 

267 by 559 ; heat. 111 ; worship, 

57 by 609, 68 by 553 
" Sunbeam," 273 by 85 

Sunday observance, 271 by 204, 272 

by 335; continental, 274 by 593 
Supernatural [(jg" Spiritism], 263 

by 426 
Superstitions, [ 1^° Folklore ] , 



greek, 193 by 262, 248 by 217 ; 
rural, 255 by 378 
Suspensions on the Dominant, 22 
Sussex, 276 by 332; hist., 167 by 8 
Sweden, 328; §w, 109 
Swift, J., 15, 282, 287; ***, 312; 

**w, 172 by 147 
Sioinburne,A. C:, 122 by 635, 166 

48, 296; & bible, 298 
Switzerland, travels, 209-12*; his- 
tory, 230-2; cont., 66 by 615; peo- 
ple", 67 by 722 
Syria [[0= Palestine], 4; travels, 
14; arabs, 20; colonisation, 21-2, 
49 by 747 ; France in, 124 by 437, 
140 by 148, 141 

Tadema, A., 15 
Taglioni, 103 

Tahiti, king, 41 by 167 

Tait, A., 210* by 250, 285, 294 
Talk, 76 & 80 by 658 

of the town, V, 103-8 

Talleyrand, 1815, 316 

Tallieu, mrs., 328 

Tartarus, 164 by 753 

Tasso, 19 

Teaching of Apostles, 65 (H) by 222 

Technical edu., (I[3°" Industrial — 

Telefoue in Egypt, 166 by 188 

Tel-el-Keblr, 256 by 312, 317 



Telepathy [ (13= Tho't-reading ] , 135 

by 48, 136 by 505 
Temperance [(I;3" Liquor trafic], 

155 by 622 
Tenant-riht, 40 by 52, 159 by 414; 

England, 158 by 91 
Teuniel, J:, 232* 

Tenmjson, 291, 296 
Terentius, 110 

Teresa, s't, 288 

Texas, travels, 3 
Thalberg, 325 

Theatres, fires, 338 

Thebes, archie., 234 by 432 

Theology in Scotland, 293-5 

Thieves, **» , 225 

Thirlwall, C, **w, 2, 338 
Thornton, Alice, 7 

Tho't-reading, 242 by 479, 250 by 42, 

251 by 198 
Thukydidfis, 123 by 249 

Thunderbolts, 107 
Tibet, " sisters ", 279 by 527 

Tithes, origin, 57 by 320 

Toads, sleeping, 97 
Toleration, 259-60 by 654 
Tommy, v^, 32 
Tonkin, French in, 23, 47 by 301, 

115, 288 
Tories, "democratic," 50 by 238; & 

formers, 262 by 350 ; leaders, 49 by 

203, 137 by 132 ; policy, 131, 132 

by 682, 184 by 446, 258, 297; - 

1701-1800, 148 by 388; as opposition, 

257 by 92, 260 by 204, 285 
Trades, history, 193 by 726 

-unions, 57 by 351, 58 by 317; 

finance, 254 by 351 
Trafalgar, **», 236 
Tramps, ***, 180 by 707 
Transvaal, 268 by 435; & Gr. B., 35, 

140 by 134, 247 by 117, 286; war, 

161 by 25 



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Trappists, 231 

Tretisou, law, 125-6 by 317 

Trials, famous, 76; "state", 1801-30, 

113 
Tricycles, 199, 206-7 & 210 by 579 
Trivelli, E., S3 

Trollope, A., 14, 23, 224, 325, 345; 

w, 117, 210 by 528 
Troy, 136 & 148 by 372, 289 
Tulloch, J'., 31 

'I'uubridge Wells, 18th century, 90 
Tuues, 100 

Tunis, 109; travels, 1; french in, 

10 
Tu7-geniev, 236 by 689 

Turner, J. M. W., 249 by 94 
Tioeeddale, 110 

Tyrol, in, 207*; muses, 81 

Uganda, 20 

United-States, [(Ii3=" New-Eng- 
land, etc.], church, 43; educa- 
tion, 68 by 580; gfoi;'^, constitution, 
289; local, 130 by 623; history, 
civil war, w, 116; cont., 65 & 70 
by 3, 156 by 410, 280 by 360; im- 
migration, 278 by 524; industry 
&tarif, 233 by 548; politics, 131 
by 99, 147 by 298, 281; radroads, 
291; society. 49 by 649, 128-9 by 
249, 145 by 298, 249 by 19, 264 by 
347; in V, 70 by 696, 111 
Univers, 67 by 659 

Universities, ideal, 66 by 99 

, english, elections, 49 by 

249; poor at, 270 by 41; reform, 
135 by 99 ; — mediaeval, 180 by 600 

, scotch, 118, 143 by 658, 

297 

Unspotted from the world, V, 306-12 

Urbino, 81 

TTaccination, 248 by 125, 249 by 673, 



V 



346 by 201« 



Vauban, 284 



Vaudois, country, 198-9* ; in ATg6rie, 

208 
Venice, 31, 165 by 669; gondoliersT^ 

73 by 669 ""Xn*^ 

Venus, transits, 178 by 559 

Vergilitis, Hades, 241 by 621 
Vessels, gj^^ Merchant-Shipping 
Victoria, queen, 331 ; property, 169 

by 438; lo, 290, 346 
Vienna, 72 by 409 

Villiers, C: P., 343 
Visiting cards, 81 

Vitrolles, 119 

Vivisection, 40 by 139, 41 by 415 & 

730, 52 by 186 & 362, 74 by 303, 75 

& 121 by 139, 122 by 145 & 125, 123 

by 749, 170 by 530, 245 by 362, 246 

by 396, 247 by 98, 236 & 300 
Vogelweide, W. v. d., 176 by 35 
Vol can OS, 114 

Voltaire, 254 by 398; in Eug., 82, 84 

by J. C. C; & Casanova, 301 

Wagner, B:, 183 by 69, 259 by 
303, 307, 320 

Wales, hiher education, 40 by 497; 
society, c'a 1780, 106 

Wall St., ***, 31, 291 

Walleustein, 262 by 736 

War, barbarian, 194 by 223; chival- 
rous, 171 by 223; fire-disciplin, 
144 by 237; laws, 173 by 223, 252 
by 409; naval, 174 by 223; news 
in, 48 by 586, 244; reprisals, 190 
by 223; sieges, 284; surprises, 237; 
& trade, 15 ; & workingmen, 132 
by 105 

of 1795, ***, 315 

" Ward, A.," 199-200 by 321 

Wartburg, 173 by 35 

Warwickshire, 19 

Waters of Hercules, V , 32 

Waterways, british, 112 

Watts, G: F:, 38 by 562, 262 by 43 



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Wealth, functions, 38 by 467 
Weights & mesures, british, 348 
Weimar, 219-20* 

Welch, history, 174 by 8 

Wellington, 2d duke, 69 by 321, 154 

by 274 
West-Africa [(US" Cape Coast, Congo, 

etc.] , 48 by 604 
West-Indies, 268 by 437; sugar, 291 
Westminster school, 332 

Wheat, 243 by 8; India, 270 by 243 
Whigs, 8. 109, 261 by 160, 262 by 

597, 263 by 160, 296 
Whitehall, 79 

Whitman, Walt, 256 by 443, 296 
Whistling, 182 by 207 

Wiclif, 36, 231-2* 
Wilberforce, S:, 134 by 175 & 682; 

w, 14, 114, 139 by 728, 342 
Wild Jack, V, 307-9 
William IV., 347 

Wilson, J:, 6 

Wine, Valtellina, 85 

Wizards Son, V, 243 by 528 
Women [ Jj^J" Sexes ] , question, 341, 

347 ; fysicians, India, 44 by 342 ; 

platform, 271 by 433; preachers, 



61 by 277 & 551 ; suflfrage, 264 by 
226, 348 

married, in factories, 37 by 

379, 45 by 675 ; property, 14 

Woodsorrel, 328 

Wool-trade, mediae., 187 by 308 

Wordsworth, country, 217* ; " nat. 
religion", 225 by 621; w, 171 by 
721, 272-3 by 667, 283 

World, end, 76 by 559 

Worms, 157 by 533; w, 281 

Worship, mechanical, 70 by 167 

Wraxall, 324 

Wren, sir C, 67 by 166 
71 by 409 
90 by 219 

Yacntmg, 141 by 85 & 390 

Yates. F,., 336 

5 

58 by 563 



Wiirzburg, 
Wyatt, sir T:, 
'achting, 
Yates, E. 
Yellow sea, 
Yeomanry, disap., 
Yorkshire asso., 1780, 274 by 264 
Younger sons, JK^g" Livelihoods 

Zero. V, 325-9 
Zola, 124 by 40G, 296 
Zulus, 37 by 144, 131 by 251, 153 by 
454, 252 by 196 



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Oracle," (London), "It supplies a want that has long been felt and 
often expressed ; and though the present production does not pretend 
to completeness, we perceive that the works included, some 700 or 800, 
have been well selected, giving a broad but desirable interpretation 
to the word 'Essays.' . . Examination shows it to be invaluable." 
— "Within the space of 56 pages, upwards of 2000 references are 
given to the most important essays. . . The mode of arrangement 
is simple and the index will prove of great service to literary 
workers." — The Bookseller (London), 4, 10, 1883. — We have received 
No. 13 of the "Q. P. Indexes," by W: M. Griswold, A. B., published 
at Bangor, relating to history, biography, literature, society, and 
travel, contained in collections of essays. We have spoken before of 
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present issue may be so favorably received that the enlarged edition, 
conditional on public favor, may follow. — Christian Begister, 13, 12, 
1883. A SERIES of works for the projection and execution of which 
Mr. Griswold, who has made it his special business, deserves the thanks 
of every student and reader. The character of the present number of 
the series [Index to ESSAYS] is fairly well represented by its title. 
There are hosts of articles of great value on particular subjects in- 
closed in volumes of essays and miscellaneous writings, which are 
practically inaccessible because the general title of the volume gives 
no clue to what is in it. The present index gives the key to the sub- 
jects within its scope as represented in 799 volumes by different au- 
thors. The publisher hopes in time to improve upon it and 
ENLARGE IT — that is, to bring other books into view. — Popular Science 
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The foreifjn ayents for the Q. P. Index pnbUcations 
are Trubner & Co.. 57 Ludyate IliU., London. — K. 
F. Koehler., Leipzig, — Leo Liepmanssohn., 63 
Charlottenstr,., Berlin. 




The FIFTH issue of the Q. P. INDEX AN- 
NUAL (1885) loill be an index to the following peri- 
odicals, the publishers ofv^hich Icindly furnish a free 
copy for the purpose : — American, Andover Eevieio, 
Art-Amateur, Atlantic, Auf der Hohe, Belgravia, 
Catholic World, Century, Current, Deutsche Rund- 
schau, Eclectic, Education, English, Gentle- 
m «n's, Grenzboten, Harper's, Helvetia, Juhrbudi fiir 
Gesolzgebung, Library 3Iagazine, LippincotVs, 
Longman^ s, Macmillan's, 3Iagdzine of Am. 
History, 3fagazine of Art, Magazin fiir die 
Litteratur, Nation, New-Englander, Nord und Siid, 
North-American Pevieio, Overland, Preussische 
Jalirlnicher, Popular Science, Revue de Belgique, 
Rnssisclie Revue, Scandinavia, Schorer's Familien- 
blatt, Unitarian Review, United Service, Unsere 
Zeit, Vom Fels zum Miser, AVestermann's Monatshefte, 
and others. 



[Aus DETt Deutsche:^ ErNDScnAU, Oct. 1882.] 



Autoren-Tind. Sachregister der Deutschen Rundschau 

I_XXIX Band. Von W; M. Gnswolcl, A. B. (Harvard). Assistent- 
Bibliothekar iu der Nationalbibliothek der Vereinigten Staaten (Li- 
1n-ary of Cono-ress) zu Washington. Bangor. Maine, Verlag von Q. P. 
Index. Berlin: GebriiderPAETEL. 1882. Freis 4 Mk. 

Es wird unsern Lesern angeneliui sein. zu erfahren, dass ein Au- 
toren- und Sachregister der "Deutschen Rundschau" ersehienen, uud 
sie werden einigerniassen staunen. weun wirhiuzufiigen, dass es uns 
aus Anierika zugekonimen ist. Wir Deutschen sind ini Ganzen kein 
indexmachendes Yolk. "Steles zwar hat sicli in ilieser Ilinsiclit gebe,s- 
sert. seit Carlyle nnter der Vorbereitung seiner Geschichte Fried- 
rich's d, Gr. ausrief : ••Biicher. denen ein Register abgelit. sind ein 
peinlich Ding." Aber dennoeh gibt es noch imnier eine Menge 
hochst werthvoller, historischer und andei-er deutscher "Werke, dnrch 
•deren Biinde man sieh miihsam durcharbeiten muss, well ihnen das 
Register fehlt. Man kann Tage verlieren, wenn man irgend eine 
SteUe darin zu suchen hat, und vielleicht findet man sie noch nicht 
•einmal. Wie gut begreift man in einer solchen Stimniung, was Lord 
Gampbell. Oberrichter von England.— ilbrigens kein blutdiirstiger 
Mann— einmaj sagte: "dass es ihm das grosste Vergniigen machen 
wiirde. jeden Autor zum Strange zu verurtheilen, der ein Buch ohne 
Register veroffentlicht." Einer solchen Sentenz ist die '-Deutsche 
Rundschau" gliicklich entgangen, Dank der Bemiihung des ameri- 
kanisclicn Autors, der seine Arbeit nicht nur in ausgezeichneter, 
sondern auch in einer fiir uns hochst verbindlichenAYeise gethan hat. 
Mr. Griswold. der durch seine Register zu den leitenden anieri- 
kamschen Zeitschriften — "Nation." '"Atlantic," "International Re- 
view."' "Lippiucott's,"'' "Scribner's" — sich einen ISTame.n in Amerika 
gemacht— kiindigte sein Register zu der unsrigen mit deu "Worten 
John Morley's an: "Des Deutschen unkundig sein," heisst, 
olme einen der literarischen Sinne sein."' Wir acceptiren das der 
deutschen Literatur gemachte Compliment in aller Beschei- 
denheit, soweit unsere Zeitschrift in Frage kommt; aber wir 
konnen es in der That nicht hoch genug schatzen, dass uns von 
jenseits *3S atlantischen Oceans, aus dem grossen Lande. mit 
welchem so viele materielle sowohl als geistige Interessen uns ver- 
binden, ein solches Zficlien der Anerkennung wird. Und nicht das 
allein. Herrn Griswold's Arbeit ist ein Muster von Fleiss und Oe- 
naidgkeit, ein unrjemein mitzliches nicht nur^ sondern in seiner Art gem- 
ales Jdeines Werk, welches bei dem denkbar geringsten Umfang das 
fast Unglaubliche leistet. Schlage man das Register auf. wo man 
Avolle ; es wird uns zuverlassig und ohne die Moglichkeit eines Irr- 
thums fiihren. Indem sich ausserste Raumersparniss mit der grossten 
Deutlichkeit vei'bindet, ist es moglich geworden, den Inhalt von 14.- 
000 Seitenauf 13 Seiten, jede zu drei Columnen, vollstandig zu ver- 
zeichnen. 



Diejenigen Privat-und offentlichen Bibliotheken, in welchen un?ere 
Zeitschrift ein Stelle gefunden hat. werden eines solchen Hilf siiiittels 
bei Beniitzung derselben kiinf tig nielit entbehren wollen ; und wenn 
es uns nicht ziemt, melir zur Empfelilung einer Publication zu sagon, 
welclie, wie sie nun einnial ist, einen integrirendcn Theil der "'Deut- 
schen Rundschau" bildet, so din-fen wir uns vielleicht einen Satz 
aneignen, welclien, bei der Besprechung des ihr gewiduieten "Index.'* 
unsere anierlianische Collegin, das "•Atlantic Monthly."' aussprach: 
"Sicherlieh, bis eine Machine erfunden ist. durch welche der Band, 
welchen wir gebrauchen. vom Biicherbrett herabspringt und seinen 
Platz auf unserein Tisch ninimt, offen bei der gewiinschten Seite^ 
konnen wir schwerlich niehr verlangen, als dieses Register." — Deut- 
sche Rundschau, October, 1882. 



Aus Petzholdt's "Anzeiger," October, 1882. 

Q. P. INDEXES, Nr. VIII. Register der Deutschen Rund- 
schau, (etc.) It. Nr. IX. General- Autok-und Sachregister zu 
Zeitschriften meist historischen Inhalts, und zwar : Die 
Historische Zeitschrift. Unsere Zeit. Das IIistorische Tasch-^ 
ENBUCH .-—von Demselben. gr. 8°, IBl. 3-tS. [ PREIS 12 MK. ] 

Die wahrhaft niinutiose Genauigkeit u. Sorgfalt, welche der Verf. 
ohne Zweifel niit grossem Zeit- u. Miihauf wande, seinen Registrirung- 
en gewidmet liat, ist wirklich bewundernswerth : Arabische u. 
Romische Zahlen, grosse Buchstaben u. Cursivschrift u. ausserdeni 
13 verschiedene Zeichen hat der Verf. zu Hilfe genomnien, um den 
Standort u. die verschiedenen Beziehungen der registrii'ten Artikel — 
oh sie eigene Arbeiten der bezeichneten Schriftsteller oder nur INIit- 
theilungen iiber deren Berufsthatigkeit enthalten, ob sie CJesehichteu. 
Biographic, Briefe oder Autobiographien, Kunst. Religion oder was 
sonst noch betreifen — genau anzugeben. Aber ich getraue mich wirk- 
lich nicht dariiber zu entscheiden, ob der zur Fertigung der Register 
erforderliche grosse Miih- u. Zeitauf wand mit deni Niitzen, den die 
Register gew-iihren, in nur anniiherndem Verhaltnisse steht ; ich fiir 
meine Person glaube, nachdem ich mit den Registern wiederholte 
Proben vorgenonimen, gefunden zu haben, dass der Verf. des Guten 
doch wohl zu viel gethan hat. J. F. 

Plan eines Journal-Inhalts Verzeichness. 



Unter der Auf schrif t '"Eine neue Idee" findet sich im "Leipziger 
Korrespondenzblatt, " Nr. 1. S. 2, folgender Aufsatz: Es handelt 
sich um die Ilerausgabe eines fortlaufenden Journal-Inhalts-Verzeich- 
nisses. Wir besitzen...Biieher Kataloge — iiberall ist nur das abge- 
schlosseneBuch registrirt, recensirt u., in iibersichtlicher Weise, klass- 
iflzirt. — Sehr schon, — aber wo finden wir Nachweise iiber die zum 
Theil kostbaren Aufsatze, welche sich in den Revuen, Journalen etc., 



geradezu verkriiineln:... Gesetzt ein Gelehrter hat jahrelangen 
Fleiss eiuer Arbeit g-ewidmet, neue Quellen aufgedeckt, kur/uiu ein 
verdienstliches Werk geschaften, — aber diesen u. jenen iiiehr oder 
wenlger wesentlichen Punkt musste er unberiicksichtigt lassen — es 
fehlten ihm die beziigliehen Hilfsinittel ! Hatte er nuv die u. die Sum- 
mer del- u. der Zeitsehrift zui- Verl^igimg gehabt, so wiirde er pro 
positoGlimmenii. schwaches LeuchteuaHgetroflFenhaben. das er leicht 
zu hellem, erwarmendem u. kliirendem Feuer anzufaehen vermochte ! 
Wer in aller Welt liatte denn Zeit. all' die Biinde, Hefte, Blatter u. 
Blattchen durchzustobern. in denen der Stein der Weisen wie oft klar 
zu Tage liegt — oder vielleieht das in diesem Falle gleichwertliige 
Gegentheil ! Diesem Uebelstande oder Manco glauben wir durch 
einen Anzeiger abhelfen zu konnen, der naeh den Wisseuschaften 
geordnet, mit oder ohne kritische Bemerkungen in gewissen Zwisch- 
enraiimeu... Auskunft ertheilt, was das ganze Heer von Zeitschrift- 
en an fiir das Individuum Interessautem bietet. Wie wird slch der 
Zeitschriften-Verleger zu dem Unternehmen stellen ? Xun wir glau- 
ben • Er wird alle Hiinde dazu bieten. es zu verwirklichen, er kann 
ja nur Vortheil davon haben, wenn f ortlauf end der Inhalt seines Werk- 
es dem Publicum ad oculos deiuonstrirt wird; ganz abgesehen da- 
von, dass das Journal-Iuhalts-Yerzeichniss eime absichtslose, doch 
nichtsdestoweniger heilsame Presspolizei auszuiiben berufen ist, die 
jedem anstandigen Verleger — persona gratissima sein wird. Und wer 
soil Ivaufer sein ? — Unbesorgt ! Bibliotheken, Lesehallen. Kaflfee- 
hauser, Gelehrte, Bibliophilen, Lesezirkel ; freilich : ein Gutes u. 
Ganzes muss geboten werden. [Th. Pother.] 

Pr. Als vorstehender Artikel bereits gesetzt war, ging uns von 
Dr. Jul. Petzholdt, den wir um sein bekanntlicli durchaus Kompe- 
tentes Yotum angegangen haben, nachstehendes Schreiben zu, welches 
wir hier in extenso zur Kenntniss unserer Leser bringen. Freilich, 
darnach ist es schier zweifelhaft, ob wir auf die kecke Frage : Wer 
nocli ? aufrichtig *'wir"' antAvorten wiirden; jedenfalls gilt auch liier 
das alte gute Wort, erst wiigen, dann wagen ! — •• Wie ehreiivoUes auch 
fiir mich ist, dass Sie das Yertrauen in mich setzen, die mir vorgelegte 
Frage liber Ihre neue Idee mit Leichtigkeit beantworten zu konnen, 
so mag ich doch nicht leugnen,, dass mich die mir abverlangte Ant- 
wort, die mir fiir meine Person gar nicht so leichter Art zu sein 
scheint, einigermaassen in Yerlegenheit gesetzt hat. Ihre neue Idee 
eines "f ortlauf enden Journal-Inhalts-Yerzeichnisses" — es ist dabei 
freilich fraglich geblieben, ob dieses Yerzeichniss sich nur auf Deut- 
sche Journale beschranken. oder auf die ausliindische Literatur auch 
mit erstrecken soil — halto ich an sich fiir sehr ansprechend, u.. falls 
sie zur Ausfiihrung gebraclit werden konnte. fiir ausserordentlich 
niitzlich. Aber ich mag nicht bergen, dass ich die Herstellung eines 
solchen Inlialts-Yerzeichnisses (vorausgesetzt natiirlich. d:iss davon 
kein irgendwie erhebliches Journal ausgeschlossen bleibt.) unter 
alien Umstauden fiir. Avenn nicht durchaus unausfiihrbar, doch mit 
ausserordentlich grossen Schwierigkeiten verkniipft halten muss. 



Wo wollen Sie das Material, d. h.. den g-aazen Von;ath der zuexcerp- 
irenden Journale beisammen finden? Keine Bibliothek verfiigt iiber 
eineu solehen Vorrath, u anzunehmen, dass die sammtlicheu Verleger 
von Journalen es in ihrem etgenen Interesse finden wurden,-ihre Joupnale 
znr BoitUzung fia- das Inhalts-Verzeichniss ztir Disposition zu stellen, 
DURFTE, meiner immaassgeblichen Ansicht nach, ein Fehlschluss* 
SEix. leh habe in dieser Sache einige Erfahrung u glaube diese An- 
nahnie als durchaus triigensch hezeichnen zu miissen. Aber selbst an- 
genonimen. dass es moglieh sem wiirde, die zur Herstellung des In- 
halts-Verzeielmisses erforderliclien Journale sammtlich herbeizu- 
schaifen, wo sollen die Leute dazu herkommen, welche nicht 
bios Zeit genug haben, i-egelmassig- die einlaufenden Journale zu 
excerpiren, sondern aueh das Geschick besitzen, die Exeerpte nach 
Einer Schablone zu besorgen ; denn Regelmassigkeit u. Uebereinstim- 
mung der Exeerpte sind durchaus unerlassliche Bedingungen jenes 
Inhaltsverzeichnisses. Zudem diirfte den Leuten, auch wenn solche in 
liiiirei(!hender Anzahl gefunden wiirden (dass ein Emziger die Ge- 
schafte bewaltigen konnte, davon ist natiirlich durchaus keine Eede). 
als Entgeld fiir ihren Zeit- u. Miiheaufwand schwerlich ein so hin- 
reichendes Honorar geboten werden konnen, dass sie sich lange an 
das Unternehmen nicht Schaden leiden sollte, ein Wechsel der Mitar- 
beiter moglichst vermieden werden. Wo sollte aber ein hohes, die 
Mitarbeiter fesselndes Honorar herkommen ? Ich mochte nicht so 
unbesorgt auf eine derartig grosse Anzahl von Abnehmern des In- 
halfs-Yerzeichnisses rechnen, dass dureh deren Theilnahme die Zt^.h- 
lung eines hohen angemessenen Honorars ermoglicht werden konnte. 
Die nicht unbedeutenden Druckherstellungskosten u. das Honorar 
fiir die ]Mitarbeiter miissten — abgesehen von noch vielen anderen Aus- 
gaben fiir Eegie. Porto u. dergl. — den Herausgeber des Inhalts-Ver- 
zeichnisses nothigen. den Verkaufspreis des letzteren in einer Hohe 
zu normiren. die A'on denen, die man imvoraus u. unbesorgt als Kiiu- 
fer annehmen zu diirfen glaubt, eine nicht unerhebliche Anzahl von 
dem Ankaufe abschrecken wiirde. Unter so bewandten Umstanden. 
die, meiner Ansicht nach, hier m Betracht gezogen werden miissen. 
glaube ich auf Ihre am Schlusse des Artikels aufgestellte Frage 
••Wernoch? Wer nicht '?" antworten zu diirfen . "Ich nicht !" 

*Zur l)fstatiguiig des oben gesagten, sei es rair eriaubt. einen brief des Herrn 
F A. iJrucKiiaiis mitzuteileu den icli erhielt als autwort auf die an ihii ge- 
richtete )>itto luir ein trcies exemplar der in seinem verlage ersclieiueuden 
"Uusei-e Zeit" zu sendeii, daniit der inhalt derselben m ineinen Annual In- 
dex eingetragen werden kminte. — *'Geehrter Herr ! Fiir Zusendung der 
an niieli sowie an die Itedaetion von ''Unsere Zeit" gesandten Ex. Hires Gen- 
EiiAL Kegisteks sage ieli besten Dank. leh nalini init Interesse Kenntniss 
von den Q. T. Indexes, bedaure aber doch nieht dies gegen 1 ex. Unsere Zeit 
austaiisehen oder 1 ex. gratis dagegen liefern zu konnen." Gliickllcherweise 
hegen nielit alle zeitschriftenverleger diese anschauung. IJenn, geschweige 
den beinahe sammtliclien verlegern der Verein. Staaten, haben die verleger 
(k r Deutschen Kundschau eiu freies exemplar gewahrt. — IF." M. G. 



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